The Diane and Guilford Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies offers annual scholarships of $5,000 to qualified undergraduate students interested in the study of Judaism and Jewish-Christian relations. Glazer Scholars will participate in coursework, events, and summer programs with the Glazer Institute and play a critical role in the Glazer Institute as a student representative. The Glazer Institute welcomes applications from admitted undergraduate students as well as current undergraduate students in their freshman or sophomore years.
The Diane and Guilford Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies would like to announce the solicitation of applications for funding course development and student learning programs in areas of Jewish Studies at Seaver College. These include Teaching Grants, which are given to faculty who propose course development, scholarship, or the creation of units within current coursework on topics of Jewish Studies and Course Enhancement Matching Grants, which are given to students, faculty or staff that propose emerging student initiatives related to Jewish or Israeli Studies. Such initiatives could include conferences, student research, convocation programs, travel to Israel, or internship programs.