• Travel Funds

    Department of Studio Arts & Art History
    Funding for Travel

    Study Abroad or United States Travel Study

    The Department of Studio Arts and Art History has select funding available to help support travel initiatives of declared majors in Art History or Studio Arts. Travel may be for study abroad opportunities at Hamline partner institutions or at other institutions, museums, and/or archives abroad and in the United States. Award amounts tend to range from $1500-$3000.

    Proposals from students are reviewed in (March/April) each year for the following summer and academic year. For more information about these select funds, you are encouraged to connect with your Adviser in the Department and/or the Department Chair. Students planning to study abroad should also connect with the Study Abroad Office.
      

    Past Department Travel Fund Recipients


    Featured Recipient:

    Ann Gerard ('16), Art History Major
    Spring 2015, Florence, Italy
     
    Ann Gerard is a Junior at Hamline University spending the Spring 2015 semester abroad in Florence, Italy with funding support provided by the Department of Studio Arts & Art History at Hamline University.  She will be attending Florence University of the Arts and APICIUS International School of Hospitality program for Business, Hospitality, Design & Liberal Arts.

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    Full List of recipients:

    2015
    Ann Gerard, Florence, Spring 2015 (featured above)
    Emily Behrman, Ireland, Summer 2015
    Rachel Todd, Ireland, Summer 2015
    Amelia Wykes, Ireland, Summer 2015
    Madeleine Schense, University of York Program, Fall 2015

    2014
    Sheila LaCroix, Russia, Summer 2014
    Amber Todd, India, Summer 2014
    Kelsey Hightman-Nocon, University of York Program, Fall 2014

    2013
    Dawn Whitney, Florence, Summer 2013
    Carey Pechacek, London, Summer 2013
    Meghan McManus, University of York Program, Fall 2013

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