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Undergraduate Scholarships: Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations

E. G. Clarke Scholarship in Biblical Hebrew
  • Established through a generous donation from Mary and Ted Lutz, a former student and colleague.
  • (For Any Year) - Student who has completed Introductory Biblical Hebrew (currently NML250Y1).

 

Kathleen Beatty Adamson Scholarship in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • Established through a generous gift from Mr. T. Adamson in honour of his wife, Kathleen Beatty Adamson, a former student in the Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of Toronto.
  • (For Year III/IV) - Student in the Specialist program in Ancient Near Eastern Studies. Preference will be given, in the following order, to students with the most full course equivalents in the area of: Assyriology, Ancient Syria-Palestine, Egyptology. If no eligible candidates may be awarded to an outstanding student in the Major program in Ancient Near Eastern Studies who has taken at least two full course equivalents in Biblical Hebrew (currently NMC 230Y, 330Y, 430Y, 431Y).

 

Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations GRADitude Prize
  • Established through the generous GRADitude gifts from graduating students
  • (For Any Year) - Student enrolled in a Major or Specialist program in the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations.
  • OSOTF

 

Oktay and Virginia Aksan Scholarship
  • Established through a generous donation from Dr. Virginia Aksan.
  • (For Any Year) - To be awarded to students enrolled in a program offered by the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, with preference given to students enrolled in Turkish Language and/or Islamic civilizations courses.

 

R. F. G. Sweet Award in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • Established by the Near Eastern Studies Students’ Association in 1994, in honour of Professor R. F. G. Sweet, former Chair of the Department of Near Eastern Studies, with additional support from his colleagues in the Department.
  • (For Year III/IV/Grad) - Student in the Specialist or Major program in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations who is involved in extra-curricular activities related to the interests of the Department, and who has completed at least ten full course equivalents. Graduate student will be eligible for the award if there are no suitable undergraduate candidates. Apply to the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations by October 31.
  • OSOTF

 

T. J. Meek Prize in Hebrew Syntax
  • Established through a gift of the late T. J. Meek (B.A., B.D., Ph.D., D.D., F.R.S.A., F.R.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Studies).
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations for the best essay in an aspect of Hebrew Syntax. Apply to the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations by March 1.