William Bartram Award for Intellectual Exploration
The Bartram Award is named for famed explorer and naturalist William Bartram and recognized exceptional achievement. It is awarded each spring to a University Honors College student who had demonstrated the skills of intellectual exploration, adventure, and achievement.
- have a grade point average of 3.50 or higher
- be classified as a sophomore or junior
- be currently enrolled in Honors classes or else have completed all Honors College requirements
- demonstrate exceptional research, scholarly or creative activity in a course of study
The deadline for application is announced each January. Complete nomination packets, including a letter of nomination from a faculty member and a print or electronic copy of the research or creative project, must be submitted by the application deadline.
To apply, complete the electronic application form
William Bartram Award Recipients
Honors Strategic Communication Agency
Building Communities: An Oral History Project
Fencing an Interpretation: An Analysis of the Relationship between August Wilson and Troy Maxson and its Implications on Author Rights
The Stages of Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome
Assessment of the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow
Comparative Spathe Anatomy and Morphology of Commelina (Commelinaceae)