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    Trevelyan Scholarships
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Travel Bursaries

Trevelyan offers named bursaries to students for a variety of purposes. If you would like to discuss establishing a named (or anonymous) student bursary, then please contact the development office on trevelyan.development@durham.ac.uk or make a single donation here.

Trevelyan Trust Travel Bursaries

The Trevelyan Trust awards bursaries up to the value of £500 each for academic-related travel and fieldwork. Previous successful projects have included research into the traditional music and historical culture of the Gokayama region of Japan, archaeological excavation of a mediaeval cemetery in Chester, study of the gendered aspects of war with the Kosovo Centre for Diplomacy.

SCR Travel Bursaries

The SCR awards travel bursaries up to the value of £1,500 for travel related to the non-academic voluntary, charitable, or personal development projects of undergraduates. Previous successful projects have included mental health work in Sri Lanka, disaster relief work in North Carolina following Hurricane Florence, and a summer programme in human rights in Switzerland.

Marion Zunz Scholarship

This Scholarship of £500 is in the name of Marion Zunz, a graduate of this College. It is offered specifically for home or overseas fieldwork related to the natural world, ecological, or sustainability. Previous successful projects have included research into the relationship between structural violence and social, health, and environmental wellbeing in the Hambantota District of southeast Sri Lanka.

Anita Milne Scholarship

The Anita Milne Scholarship awards £200 for travel costs associated with the academic activities of a postgraduate research student of any discipline.

Greenwood Merit Scholarship

The Greenwood Merit Scholarship awards up to £400 for travel related to China or Chinese language. Previous successful projects have included teaching English in Chinese schools, and volunteering in summer schools in China.

Helena Margaret Biss Scholarship

The Helena Margaret Biss Scholarship is offered by Mrs Vicky Nobles, an alumna of the College, in memory of her grandmother. The scholarship awards £450 for academic travel related to an undergraduate degree in Chinese or Classics. Previous successful projects have included studying Chinese language and culture at Tsinghua.

Southern Hemisphere Research Scholarship

The Southern Hemisphere Research Scholarship awards £250 for travel related to academic activity in a Southern hemisphere location.

 


Academic Prize Winners 2019

The following students were awarded a Joan Bernard Scholarship of £200:

Will Fox     Hannah Anson

The following students were awarded awarded a Sir James Knott Scholarship of £100:

Emily Dodd     Grace Gibson
Joshua Dees     Jack Lawrence
Brianna Bailey-Minton

The following students were awarded awarded a Trevelyan Alumni Second Year Prize of £100:

Katherine Fraser     Elliott Mason
Robert Hamblin     Isaac Pillar
Andrei Toma     Jiayi Wang

The following student was awarded the Nigel and Susan Martin Academic Scholarship of £200:

Oliver Welch

The following students were awarded awarded a Trevelyan Trust First Year Prize of £100:

Anna Graham     Kai Dattani
Peter Carter     James Smithson
Yuxuan Liu     Jueru Lu

The following student was awarded The Yvonne Harvey Prize for first year examination performance in Archaeology for £200:

Daphne Claisse

The following student was awarded The Yvonne Harvey Prize for first year examination performance in History for £200:

Tom Murray



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