Conference Travel Support Amount: Amount varies - $300 domestic/$600 International Eligibility: Applicants must be Master’s and Ph.D. students. Applicants must present a paper or make a presentation at a professional meeting. The applicant must also be enrolled during the semester the conference is held and meet all Texas State travel regulations. Requirements: See Call for Applications for more information
Dean’s Award for Research Travel Amount: Up to $500 domestic/$1,000 international plus non-travel expenses Eligibility: Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a thesis, dissertation, portfolio, or performance graduate program in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Arlington. Students who travel in summer must be enrolled full-time in the preceding spring semester. Doctoral students who have only dissertation hours remaining may enroll in a minimum of 3 hours. Applicants must be in good academic standing; students on academic probation are not eligible. This award will not cover costs associated with conference presentations. Requirements: See Call for Applications for more information.
Enhanced Graduate Teaching Assistantship and Doctoral Teaching Fellowship Packages
New PhD and MFA students Only Enhanced Graduate Teaching Assistantship and Doctoral Teaching Fellowship packages are available on a competitive basis to students beginning their first semester of study in UT Arlington doctoral, or doctoral-bound programs. These five-year packages may consist of some combination of Enhanced Graduate Teaching Assistantships (EGTAs) with full tuition fellowships and grant-funded research assistantships that may include some tuition coverage. Requirements include 50% graduate teaching assistantship, full-time enrollment, and unconditional admission. Interested students should contact their department advisor for information early in the admissions process.
2014-15 Global Fellowship – Applications Closed
The College of Liberal Arts is pleased to announce the 2014-15 Global Research Graduate Fellows Program. A component of the Festival of Ideas/Global Research Program, the Fellows Program is made possible thanks to the generosity of Mr. Mustaque Ahmed whose commitment to furthering global understanding led him to support this opportunity.
Past Recipients Link: 2015 • Cor Fahringer, Art & Art History: “Cultural and Religious Influences on Medieval Art and Architecture” • Joshua Dryk, Art & Art History: “Historical Practices of Photography with Emphasis on Identity in an International Context” • Laura Garcia, Art & Art History: “Church Reliquaries as an Influence to Create Visual Narrative” 2014 • Nathan Kogan, History: “Quaker Humanitarianism in Legitimizing Disability Treatment in the mid 17th Century” • Rufki Salihi, History: “Post-Communist Albanian Emigration” • Kent Rasmussen, Linguistics & TESOL: “Phonological Analysis of Languages in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Contributions to Health Literacy” • Bethany Yardy, English: “Small Regional Publications Contributions to a 1960s Native Literary Renaissance” • Nicole Leopoldie, History: “Transnational Families Integrating Their children into France’s National Educational System” • Emily Nicastro, Art & Art History: Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina 2013 • MyLynka Kilgore-Cardona, History: "The Influences of Alexandrine Tinne's Transatlantic Afterlife upon Nineteenth-Century European Colonization of Africa" • Rufki Salihi, History: "Post-Communist Albanian Emigration" • Gladys Chow, Art & Art History: "Using Digital Media to Overcome the Immigration's Impact on the Emerging Canadian-Born Chinese" • Rod Sachs, English: "Decolonial Theory and Chaucerian Literature" • Bryan Garrett, History: "Arab-American Transatlantic Migration Networks" 2012 • Isabelle Rispler, History: "The German Diaspora in Nimibia and Argentina around 1900: Immigration or Settler Colonialism" • Bryan Garrett, History: "Arab-American Transatlantic Migration Networks" • Vitaly Voinov, Linguistics: "Unstudied Semantic Aspects of the Tuvan Language"