Corliss E. and Esther C. Livesey Endowed Scholarship (History of Science)

Professor Steven J. Livesey and wife Professor Nina Livesey endowed the Corliss E. and Esther C. Livesey Endowed Scholarship in memory of his parents. Neither Corliss Livesey (d. 2011) nor Esther Livesey (d. 2003) were fortunate enough to attend college, but both appreciated the value of higher education. Despite modest means, they worked and saved to fully support their two sons as they pursued undergraduate degrees at private universities, and one of their proudest moments was seeing both receive doctorates in academic fields that they loved. The Liveseys established the scholarship as a way to extend that same opportunity to other students, assisting them in their own academic pursuits.


To be eligible for the Corliss E. and Esther C. Livesey Endowed Scholarship you must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a regularly enrolled undergraduate student majoring in History of Science, Technology and Medicine.
  • Must have a minimum 3.25 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
  • Must have earned 15 hours of major coursework.


    For more information about the Corliss E. and Esther C. Livesey Endowed Scholarship and the scholarship requirements, please contact:

Stella L. Graves Stuart
Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Department of the History of Science
E-mail: slgstuart@ou.edu
Phone: 405.325.6026
History of Science website

Award
$1,000
Deadline
02/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. To be eligible for the Corliss E. and Esther C. Livesey Endowed Scholarship you must meet the following criteria:
    -Must be a regularly enrolled undergraduate student majoring in History of Science, Technology and Medicine.
    -Must have a minimum 3.25 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
    -Must have earned 15 hours of major coursework.

    Do you meet the eligibility requirements?
  2. How many HSCI hours have you completed (after Fall 2018)?
  3. Select the classes in which you have successfully completed or are currently enrolled:
  4. If you have taken any courses not on the list above, such as independent study, internship, or courses taken outside the department approved for major credit, please list those courses here:
  5. What does a historical approach bring to your understanding of science, technology and medicine? (Your essay should be two double-spaced pages, or about 450-600 words.)
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