William H. Wroten Jr. Scholarship in History
The William H. Wroten scholarship is awarded annually to a history undergraduate or graduate student who has made a significant contribution to the study of the colonial Eastern Shore or who has produced an exceptional work of original historical study. Established by the Class of 1959, the scholarship recognizes the long-standing service of Dr. Wroten as Chair of the History Department. The recipient is selected by the Wroten Scholarship Committee. Information is available from the History Department. This scholarship is awarded for the current spring semester.
- William H. Wroten Jr. Scholarship in History
- $250 - $500
- Area of Interest
- Fulton - History
- Supplemental Questions
- Please describe the contributions that you have made to the study of Colonial Eastern Shore history and/or exceptional work of original historical study.
- To be considered for this scholarship, please provide a research paper or project that demonstrates the contributions you have made to the study of colonial Eastern Shore history and/or is an exceptional work of original historical study.