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  1. Linda Munk Scholarship for incoming MA Candidates

The Scholarship is awarded based on exceptional academic merit to one full-time graduate student, preferably a Masters (MA) student, in the University of Toronto's Department of English. The Scholarship is open to all areas of interest in English Literature, but where all other indicators of excellence are equal, priority will be given to a candidate whose stated area of interest is American literature. The first scholarship has been awarded to Karine Hack, a University of Victoria graduate with interests in trauma theory, postcolonial studies and non-traditional narrative forms, who begins her MA at the University of Toronto in the 2021-2022 academic year. No special application is required to be considered for this award - all applications to the MA program will automatically be considered.

Students interested in applying to the MA who have any questions about this award or the application process should contact Marguerite Perry at marguerite.perry@utoronto.ca.

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2. The English Online Learning Committee has created video tutorials for Bb Collaborate, Zoom & Snagit for online teaching purposes.


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