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- Subject: scholarships
- From: Dorothy Africa <africa@LAW.HARVARD.EDU>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 08:43:40 -0400
- Message-Id: <199907221245.FAA18520@palimpsest.Stanford.EDU>
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This is forwarded from another list. The Trust has been set up in
England, but I don't know whether applicants must also be English, or
working in UK programs. Anyway, it might be worth pursuing for those
>Subject: The Anna Plowden Trust
>THE ANNA PLOWDEN TRUST
>Following the death of Anna Plowden CBE, a trust was established by her
>friends and family. She was one of the first scientifically trained
>conservators to work in the private sector and was committed to the
>promotion and development of the conservation profession through both
>training and education, which she believed should be of the highest
>possible standard. The Trust seeks to promote her ideals and
>The Trust, established in 1998, is now able to offer a limited number
>bursaries towards tuition fees for the academic year 1999-2000.
>would cover up to 100% of course fees for a maximum of two years.
>Candidates can be either post-graduate students or conservators already
>working within the private sector. Funding is also available for
>mid-career applicants seeking to improve their skills and personal
>development to attend short courses or appropriate conferences.
>In the future, the Trust hope to fund internships and conservation
>and welcomes donations to assist with the development of the
>profession through excellence and scholarship.
>For further details and an application form, please contact:
>The Anna Plowden Trust
>43 Lansdowne Gardens
>London, SW8 2EL
>Please include a stamped and addressed envelope.
>For full-time courses, completed application forms should be
> a letter explaining why it is important for you to attend the course
>a letter from the college confirming that a place has been offered
>the names and addresses of two referees.
>Applications should be received by the 31st July, although later
>applications may be considered.
>Please note, there is no time limit for applications to fund short
>or appropriate conferences.
I am forwarding this without the permission of the other list, but I
believe it was intended as a general announcement.