Normandy Scholars is an interdisciplinary program open to undergraduate students from all majors at the University of Tennessee. The goal is to study World War II in the wider context of memory studies, a discipline that examines how social, cultural, political, and technological shifts affect how societies react to and commemorate past conflicts in their national histories. The program includes a 3-hour spring semester class and a mini-session study-abroad trip to relevant sites in Europe. All students receive a scholarship of $3,000. This scholarship is exclusively to help cover the cost of the mini-session study tour. If due to the COVID-19 situation or other reasons the study-abroad trip is cancelled, students will receive a $1,000 scholarship.