Dr. T. M. Anderson Scholarship Program
The Honors College and the Department of History are pleased to announce the Dr. T. M. Anderson Scholarship. This award is given to a freshman honors student majoring in history or a social studies education major. The award is in the amount of $2,400 per year for four years, or a total of $9,600, provided the student maintains a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.33 with a 3.5 in the history major.
The award is granted primarily on the basis of scholastic achievement. To qualify, the student must meet admission standards for the Honors College and submit a completed application with recommendation.
The scholarship honors Dr. T. M. Anderson (1902-1987) whose keen interest in the history of the American West enriched and encouraged both family and friends. The Anderson Scholarship Fund has been provided by the family of his son, Stefan S. Anderson, formally the Chairman and President of First Merchants Corporation of Muncie
Stephen J. and Beatrice Brademas Memorial Scholarship
The Stephen J. Sr., and Beatrice Brademas Memorial Scholarship is open to outstanding incoming freshman students who intend to major either in history or social studies education with an interest in European or world history.
Candidates will be identified on the basis of their applications for admission. Finalists will be contacted and asked for an application and a letter of support from their high school history teacher.