Father Michael Bach Memorial
$1,000 awarded in Fall
undergraduate students registered in either the third
or fourth year of their humanities program. Friends,
relatives and colleagues of the late Father Michael
Bach have established an endowment fund to support one
or more scholarships in the humanities program. The
award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards
adjudication committee on the nomination of the department
in recognition of outstanding scholastic ability.
Institute for the Humanities
$1500 awarded Spring or Summer
or fourth year students who are registered in a Humanities
Program, to assist them to attend a travel-study/field
school program offered by Simon Fraser University.
Letters of application should be sent to the Director,
Institute for the Humanities, and must include a resume,
copy of university transcript, statement describing
the relevance of the program/field school to the student's
academic program and goals, and two letters of reference
from Simon Fraser University faculty. The application
deadline is March 15th.
Mahatmi Gandhi Humanitarian
awarded in Fall
by Dr. and Mrs. Devendra P. Goel to a student who has
demonstrated overall excellence in the humanities program.
Nomination required from the Chair of the humanities
Gandhi Essay Award
$700 awarded in Fall
undergraduates who have completed at least 30 credit
hours and who are registered for courses in the current
academic year (September-August) are eligible for the
award. Essays should be typed and be no longer than
2500 words. Essays must be submitted to the Director,
Institute for the Humanities in September (see
current topic for specific date). The award
is made available under the auspices of the Gandhi Peace
Trust fund of the India Club.
Grace Woodsworth MacInnis Bursary
$700 awarded in Spring
student who either has an approved minor in Humanities
or has an approved major in Women's Studies or Political
Science. The recipient should have demonstrated financial
need and a satisfactory academic standing; preference
given to a woman student. Applications to be submitted
to Financial Assistance and Awards by the end of week
2 of classes.
India Club Scholarship
$500 awarded in Spring
fourth year student with high academic standing who
has demonstrated good citizenship and community service.
The letter of application should discuss the individual’s
contributions toward enhancing cross-cultural harmony
and communication in the University student body and/or
in the community at large.
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