The Richard B. and Constance L. Lewis Educational Scholarship
The Richard B. and Constance L. Lewis Spanish Education Fund is used primarily to provide financial assistance to students of Spanish, but they may also be used to cover the cost of materials or activities (including the invitation of guest instructors or lecturers) aiming to expand the students’ knowledge and interest in Hispanic subjects.
Fall 2016: Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, 3:00PM
Spring 2017: Monday, March 13, 2017, 3:00PM
Jan. 1, 2017-Dec.31 2017
AWARDS FOR STUDENTS:
The Lewis Spanish Education Fund Committee invites full-time students pursuing a graduate degree in Spanish or an undergraduate degree with a declared major or minor in Spanish to submit applications for awards of up to $1000. The awards are intended to assist with educational expenses including, but not limited to: study abroad, tuition and books.
Be enrolled as full-time student (at least two courses in the current semester);
Be a declared major or minor in Spanish or a Spanish MA student;
Be a US citizen.
Preference will be given to students who have NOT previously been awarded the Lewis Spanish Education Fund.
In addition, application packet requires an unofficial transcript and an essay. See instructions included on application form.
Students are required to submit a short report of 250-500 words at the end of their stay (deadline: 1 month after their completion of project) to Mr. Travis Henretty (firstname.lastname@example.org, Humanities 332).
AWARDS FOR FACULTY:
The Richard B. and Constance L. Lewis Spanish Education Fund Committee invites faculty of Spanish from the Department of Classical and Modern Languages to submit applications for awards. Only $1,000 will be awarded every year for the whole Spanish section ($500 each semester). The awards are intended to assist with the purchase of materials for use in the classroom or study areas that will assist in expanding the students' knowledge and interest in Hispanic subjects, or to underwrite the cost of guest instructors or lecturers brought to campus for the purpose of promoting a better understanding of Hispanic culture, politics and/or business. The funding period is January 1-December 31, 2017.
Faculty members are required to submit a short report of 250-500 words at the end of their project (deadline: 1 month after completion) to Mr. Travis Henretty (email@example.com, Humanities 332).
Please address additional questions and all forms and supporting materials to:
Lewis Educational Award (CML) Committee
Dept. of Classical & Modern Languages
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292
Bingham Humanities Bldg. 332
Attn: Mr. Travis Henretty, firstname.lastname@example.org
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