Theodore Saloutos Award for PhD Dissertation Research in American History
The Theodore Saloutos Award for PhD Dissertation Research in American History is given to a graduate student in the Department of History who is in dissertator status and whose dissertation topic is in American history. Preference will be given to students whose dissertation topic is in American immigration or American agricultural history. Applications are typically accepted in spring each year between February and April.
- The late Florence Saloutos and Friends and Family of Theodore Saloutos
- Varies up to $5,000
- Schools/Colleges, Departments, and Areas
- History, College of Letters and Science
- Supplemental Questions
- Describe your planned dissertation or thesis topic and its relationship to American history. Include information describing what stage you are in for your research.