Owen Sheehy Skeffington Memorial Awards
Established from funds contributed in memory of Dr Owen Sheehy-Skeffington, this annual award (€2000) takes the form in alternate years of a Travel Scholarship and a Maintenance Grant. In 2019-20 the Travel Scholarship will be awarded. The Travel Scholarship is awarded for travel to France to any student registered in an institute of higher education in Ireland. Applicants for this year's Travel Scholarship should clearly demonstrate the specific benefit the award will bring their research. The successful candidate must provide a brief report on their study trip to France on completion of the project.
Selection will be made by the Scholarship Committee on the educational merits of the applications received and with regard to the personal circumstances of the applicants.
Applicants should submit their case and completed application form (available here) by Friday 3 April 2020 to:
Owen Sheehy Skeffington Travel Scholarship Committee, C/O Head of Department, French Department, Trinity College, Dublin 2
Completed applications must also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the same date
This prize was founded in 1912 by a gift from Gerard Alston Exham, Fellow 1895-1920, in memory of Eugénie de Dompierre de Chaufepié, of The Hague. It is awarded annually on the results of the Senior Freshman examination. A candidate must have attended two terms of honor lectures in French previous to the examination and must be approved by the Professor. Value: €90.
Lisa Sexton Memorial Award
This fund was established in 2005 in memory of Lisa Sexton by her family and friends to provide financial assistance and recognition of academic achievement for course work assessment essays in the Junior Sophister French options to a student who intends to continue to Senior Sophister moderatorship part II in French. The fund is to be administered by the Trinity Benefaction Fund in conjunction with the Head of the French Department. The award amount is to be €250 annually and is to be granted during Michaelmas term of the student’s Senior Sophister year.
Barbara Wright Prize
This prize was founded in 2006 by a gift from Barbara Wright, her colleagues and friends, to mark her retirement after forty years of service. It is awarded annually to the Senior Sophister who obtains the highest result, and not less than a First, in French Literature, in Part II of the Moderatorship examination in French. Should there be no suitably qualified candidate, the Prize, in the year in question, will accrue to the capital endowment of the award.
French Government Bronze Medal
These medals are awarded to the best candidates in French in each of the degree programmes at the final year examinations in the Department of French