Dennis Eric Bradshaw, Ivan E. Bradshaw and Annie S. Bradshaw Endowed Scholarship
The Bradshaw Scholarship honors Dennis Bradshaw, former Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Humanities, who died in 2008. This scholarship was established by his parents, Ivan and Annie Bradshaw, and is awarded once yearly to a philosophy student on the basis of financial need.
One thousand dollars ($1,000) toward educational expenses, for an outstanding student in classical studies.
The Wilfrid Sellars Prize in Philosophy
Each spring, current UTA philosophy majors are invited to submit papers in philosophy in competition for the Wilfrid Sellars Prize. The author of the winning paper receives a cash prize of $250.
The prize is named in honor of Wilfrid Sellars, whose published work includes significant contributions to metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science. During his career, Sellars held academic appointments at the University of Iowa, the University of Minnesota, Yale University, and the University of Pittsburgh. He is best known as a critic of foundationalist epistemology and was one of the first functionalists. His classic 1956 essay “Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind” played a major role in the postwar rejection of Cartesianism.
The Douglas Britt Carvey Memorial Prize
Three hundred dollars ($300) for an outstanding paper on a classical topic.
Did you know the College of Liberal Arts also offers numerous scholarships to better support our undergraduate and graduate students?
Each of these scholarships is funded by an alumnus, friend of the university or foundation that recognizes and supports the goals of COLA and The University of Texas at Arlington. Visit the College of Liberal Arts¹ scholarship page to learn more!
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