Applications are invited for the Janet Warner – Eric Rump Travel Award. This award has been established to honour the memory of our Glendon colleagues, Blake Scholar and novelist, Janet Warner, and specialist in 18th-century drama, Eric Rump, both great travellers, who felt travel was enriching.
The purpose of the award is to aid a Glendon student who wishes to travel somewhere outside of Toronto with an academic aim in mind. This could include such things as travels to libraries or archives for research purposes, or other travels which could, at least in part, be justified on academic grounds. The money is available for bus/train or air fare, for accommodation expenses, or other related expenses such as photocopies and duplication fees for research projects.
Value of Award: $2000
Professor Danielle Russell
Department of English
An articulate letter of application should provide the following information:
- Present level of study
- English courses taken and grades obtained
- Present academic plans and object of travel.
This award will be presented annually to an undergraduate student at Glendon for travel within Canada or internationally for research purposes. Recipients must have completed at least 18 credits in English, have a minimum GPA of 7.50 ( B+), be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and a resident of Ontario who demonstrates financial need.
- No letters from referees are required
- Applicants may be expected to attend an informal interview
- The winner must use the award by September 2017
- The winner must submit to the Department of English a brief account of his/her travel by Monday November 20, 2017
Be sure to include your email and snail mail addresses and a number where you can be reached. Remember to fill in the Student Financial Profile.