[Blueboard] DGF Xtreme Fellowship Awards 2013
I.S. Dept. ADMU
isdept at admu.edu.ph
Mon Jul 15 15:44:50 PHT 2013
THE Doreen Gamboa Fernandez Xtreme Fellowship Awards
invite nominations for SY 2013-2014
What are the Xtreme Fellowship Awards?
The Doreen Gamboa Fernandez Xtreme Fellowship Awards are annual awards
set up to enhance the liberal arts tradition at the Loyola Schools.
The awards are given to projects which are undertaken by students
outside of their academic requirements of their chosen field of
Who may be nominated?
Regular undergraduate students who will do the following:
-Preparation of a photo exhibit
-Videographies of civil servants, teachers, scientists, entertainers, etc.
-Survey of a particular aspect of Philippine life and culture
-Choreography and presentation of a dance performance
-Writing, directing, presenting a play or film
-Sports related short project work eg. Coaching kids in a depressed community
-Starting a non-profit organization focused on liberal concerns
-Summer/one semester internship with a government official for a
specific liberal cause or issue, environmental issues, ethnic
What are the criteria for evaluating the nominations?
A Fellowship Committee will screen the nominations and decide on their
merit, including the amount of funding it should receive. The project
may be an individual student?s or a group?s (five or less), or one
done in cooperation with a faculty member.
The project should include a faculty adviser or some other form of
mentorship acceptable to the Committee.
What are the deadlines?
Application Forms are now available at the Department of
Interdisciplinary Studies, Second Floor, De La Costa Hall. The duly
accomplished Nomination forms are due on or before Friday, 9 August
2013. The Committee will come out with the nominees on or before 16
August 2013. The nominees will be interviewed between 22 and 27 August.
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
School of Humanities
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
426-6001 local 5340/5341
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