- Undergraduate Anthropology Merit Award
Undergraduate Anthropology Merit Awards recognize the outstanding academic accomplishments of UH Mānoa Anthropology majors on a semester-by-semester basis. Each award consists of a $50 gift certificate redeemable for books or other merchandise at the UH Mānoa Bookstore. There is no limit on the number of consecutive Undergraduate Anthropology Merit Awards a student may receive while at UH Mānoa, provided the student continues to meet all eligibility criteria.
- Carol Eastman Scholarship Fund [application]
UH Manoa Department of Anthropology [The purpose of this fund is to assist undergraduate majors in Anthropology at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa who wish to undertake anthropological research as part of their program of study. Funds may be requested to support travel, living expenses and supplies.]
- Jocelyn Armstrong Award
UH Manoa Department of Anthropology [given to an undergraduate student by professor nomination for showing the most promise in his or her academic work and commitment to the field of Anthropology in ANTH 152 (Culture & Humanity)]
- Phi Beta Kappa (Homepage)
Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest academic honorary society in the nation, seeks to recognize undergraduate academic excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Each year a small number of students are offered membership based on superior achievement.