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Language Department Scholarships|Department of Modern & Classical Languages

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Language Department Scholarships

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James R. Burman (BS'75) Memorial Language Scholarship:

Available to students studying Russian and secondarily to students studying German, Spanish or French (in that order). The number of awards and the value vary. The winners are selected by the Faculty of the Language Department.

Siren Memorial Scholarship

Available to undergraduate and graduate students in French or German, and History (preferably Wyoming residents). There are two awards annually, one in History and one to a student in French or German. The award will be made in German when the school year begins in an odd-numbered year, in French during the even-numbered year. The value varies; selection by the department.

Mueller-Hanson German Scholarship

Given in honor of Professor Werner Mueller, German Professor at UW from 1949 until his retirement in 1973. Professor Mueller remained active in the Language Department until his death in 1999. The endowed scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding undergraduate German major; selection is by the German section in the department. The scholarship consists of an award -- with size dependent on the interest from the endowment -- toward tuition, spread over two semesters.

Goode Family Excellence Scholarship

Scholarships from the Goode Family Excellence Fund are available to students minoring in any foreign language and majoring in the sciences or business. To be eligible, a student should have a GPA of 3.0 or better and must have completed at least 6 hours in a declared minor in a foreign language. The scholarship will provide the equivalent of in-state tuition for up to the next 6hours of course work in the minor.

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