19.636 Canadian Graduate scholarships for ALLC/ACH 200

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 07:01:08 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 636.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

         Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 06:36:00 +0000
         From: Peter Liddell <pgl_at_uvic.ca>
         Subject: UVic-HCMC Canadian Graduate scholarships for ALLC/ACH 2006

In view of the delay in announcing the acceptances for the Paris
conference, we have extended the deadline for submitting applications
to March 7th, one week later than originally stipulated.
Hard (paper) copies of the application and supporting documentation
is preferred, postmarked no later than the new deadline.
Peter Liddell

The guidelines are as follows:

>This is addressed to Canadian Graduate students and anyone reading this
>who knows suitable candidates.
>Apologies for multiple postings.
>The Humanities Computing and Media Centre, University of Victoria,
>announces bursary awards for Canadian graduate students presenting at the
>Digital Humanities 2006 conference, 5-9
>July, in Paris, France.
>As hosts of the 2005 conference in Victoria, we wish to support a limited
>number of graduate students who are enrolled in Canadian universities, or
>who are Canadians enrolled as graduate students elsewhere, to attend the
>the next conference, at the Sorbonne.
>This is a one-time only offer, which will provide substantial assistance
>for travel and other direct expenses, up to a pre-defined maximum, for a
>limited number of candidates. The number and amounts are TBA by the
>adjudication committee. (Note: Reimbursement of expenses will only be
>against original receipts.)
>To apply, candidates must provide the following information by the
>NEW DEADLINE of March 7th (address below):
>- proof of acceptance to present at the conference (results are expected
>to be announced on February 13th, 2006)
>- proof of "Canadian affiliation" as defined above (if studying abroad,
>copy of proof of citizenship)
>- proof of current graduate student status
>- a brief letter of application explaining why you need the assistance and
>how you expect to benefit from the conference
>- a letter of support from your academic supervisor or equivalent academic
>authority who knows your work and can attest knowledgeably to the
>importance of your attending the conference (to be sent together with all
>other documentation in a sealed envelope, signed across the seal).
>The Deadline for submission of Abstracts to the conference Program
>Committee is November 14th, 2005
>See: https://webcgi.oulu.fi/dh2006/ for more information.
> All documentation supporting applications for the UVic-HCMC bursaries
>should be sent in a single package, postmarked no later than March
>7th, 2006, to:
>UVic-HCMC Digital Humanities Bursary committee
>Humanities Computing & Media Centre
>Clearihue Bldg
>University of Victoria, Victoria, BC,
>V8W 3P4
>Good Luck, and we look forward to seeing you in Paris!
>Peter Liddell (who, with Ray Siemens and another person TBA, will form the
>adjudication committee)
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