Summer Award 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 up to $2,000 for each recipient. While financial need will be taken into consideration, the award will be granted to students with a strong academic record. Preference will be given to students participating in the travel course "F&M in Israel" offered in summer 2019.* The recipients are required to submit a final report on their experience upon returning to the college as well as a list of expenses.

Applications consisting 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, should be submitted to Professor Marco Di Giulio, Chair of Judaic Studies, by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 15th, 2019.  (Please download the application below).

*Acceptance of the award indicates that the student commits to the travel course.