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Each year Undergraduate BFA students have opportunities to exhibit their work publicly in the BFA Thesis Shows. Additional exhibition opportunities stem from individual courses, student groups, and our annual juried show.
Every spring the Department of Art & Design hosts the Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition. This exhibition showcases student talent throughout the University of Delaware. An external Juror is chosen by the Exhibition Committee from the region and is a prominent designer, curator or museum/gallery director. This event is a highlight of the year for the department, and numerous awards are given at the opening of the event.
The 2021 Entry Deadline is April 21. For more information on how to apply, please download an entry form.
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In September 2009 Lynn Herrick Sharp established an award in support of our Fine Art program. The $2,500 award goes to a student who is in the final stages of pursuing a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree at the University of Delaware. This award is intended to help the recipient produce and document their work for the Bachelor of Fine Art Exhibition. The application process is announced in the spring each year.
All art applicants offered acceptance to the Department at the University are considered for specific art scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $6,000 per year. The criteria for the Calloway Scholarship funds are:
All undergraduate financial aid and scholarship programs are managed and decided by the Office of Student Financial Services.
As a result of a generous gift of the international award-winning creative advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy, the Department of Art & Design is pleased to offer the Wieden+Kennedy Visual Communications Scholarship, a 4-year tuition scholarship at the UD Department of Art and Design.
The scholarship will be offered to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Visual Communications program and awarded based on the recommendation of the Department of Art and Design Visual Communications program. The selected recipient will be from an underrepresented population and will be a resident of the state of Delaware. The scholarship will award tuition totaling $60,000 over the recipient's 4-year enrollment. In addition, for a student engaging in a 4-year degree starting next year, that student would have 3 summer internship opportunities with Wieden and the opportunity of a job with W+K at the end of the 4th year.
Selection Process & Criteria:
To request information on how to apply for this scholarship, please email Greg Shelnutt, Chair of the UD Department of Art and Design and Cindy Delaney, BA for the Department of Art & Design. email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College of Arts and Sciences accepts nominations for the Undergraduate Teacher's Assistant Program (UTA) at the end of each spring semester. Only one full-time student will be assigned per faculty member, and faculty must apply on behalf of their student.
The UTA Position:
The Summer Scholars Program enables selected undergraduates, generally sophomores and juniors, to conduct in-depth research or creative work with University faculty. Students in the Summer Scholars Program work on their projects full-time for ten weeks in the summer and continue to complete three credits' worth of research in the following academic year. Research and creative work is generally completed under the close supervision of a faculty member. The research done during the academic year may be part of the senior thesis for the Degree with Distinction or Honors Degree with Distinction. Each Scholar will receive a stipend of $3,500. For more information, visit the Summer Scholars web page.
The Undergraduate Research Program awards Summer Fellowships ranging from $300-$1500. These awards are intended to provide partial support for undergraduate researchers who have been working on projects during the academic year who would like to continue research in the summer or wish to begin projects that will continue in next academic year. Summer Fellowship holders may combine research with summer courses, summer jobs, and/or summer volunteer activities. For more information, visit the Summer Fellows web page.
A limited amount of money is available for academic year conference travel. Visit the Undergraduate Research Program website for application information and instructions.
During the fall and spring semesters, supply-and-expense grants of up to $150 per student are awarded to undergraduates engaged in research. Submit an application.
The Undergraduate Research Program website contains a list of external funding opportunties for students.