Summer Awards in Judaic Studies

 

Bank Summer Study Award

In memory of his late parents, Pearl and Maury Bank, Lawrence H. Bank, Esq. '65 established the Bank Summer Study Award to support Franklin & Marshall students in studying abroad during the summer in the field of Judaic Studies. The amount of the award is $2,500.  to be distributed to one or several participants. It will be granted to students with a strong academic record and whose proposal demonstrates clarity and focus in the area of Judaic Studies. The winner or winners are required to submit a paper based on their project outline upon returning to the college as well as a list of expenses.

An application consists of an application form, a transcript, two letters of recommendation, and a proposal describing the program and the student's objectives, including a list of projected expenses.  The application below can be used for both the Bank and/or Dickmont Awards. 

 

Dickmont Judaic Studies Research Fund

Established by Matthew Kames Esq. '73 and Richard Sussman '73 to provide a Judaic Studies student, wishing to work in the area of Judaic Studies and who has an exemplary academic record, with a stipend for Judaic Studies independent research. The recipient, who will be known as the Dickmont Research Scholar, will be selected by Judaic Studies faculty.  The amount of the award is $1,200. to be distributed to one or several participants.

An application consists of an application form, a transcript, two letters of recommendation, and a proposal describing the program and the student's objectives, including a list of projected expenses.  The application below can be used for both the Bank and/or Dickmont Awards.