Past Projects

The following is a complete list of projects supported by the ES Alumni Student Fund (est. May 2016).

Semester Project CHF
2020, Fall Support for student who was likely to lose money through a study-related project, due to COVID-19. max. 200.-
2020, Spring Support for student who was likely to lose money through a study-related project, due to COVID-19.

max. 200.-

2019,   Fall Production of the original play As It Is, written by Kyle Greenwood and Stephen Thomas. (One of the writers and others involved in the production were enrolled at the English Department.) 500.-
  Travel grant for student going on exchange to Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax (Canada) 500.-
2019, Spring Shakespeare Week in London and Stratford-upon-Avon: CHF 50.- per participant. (25 participants.)

total: 1250.-

2018,   Fall

Excursion to the "Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms" exhibition at the British Museum: CHF 50.- per participant, upon individual application. (4 participants applied.) total: 200.-

 

Travel grant for student going on exchange to Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax (Canada) 500.-
2018, Spring Travel grant for students participating in an excursion to Vercelli, to see the Vercelli Book (one of the oldest of the four Old English Poetic Codices).

total: 150.-


 
Travel grant for student presenting a paper at Anglophonia: Voices and Perspectives – International Student Conference in English Studies in Zagreb, May 3-5, 2018; 50% of travel costs, max. CHF 150.-) max. 150.-
  Travel grant for student presenting a paper at the T.W.I.S.T. Student Conference for Linguistics, Leiden University, (April 13-14, 2018; 50% of travel costs, max. CHF 150.-). max. 150.-
2017, Spring Travel grant for student attending the 2017 Trieste Joyce School, June 25 - July 1, 2017 (50% of travel costs, max. CHF 150.-), in part to strengthen the connection between the two Joyce research centers in Zurich and Trieste max. 150.-

Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft (StuTS) Zurich, May 25-28, 2017

500.-
Travel grant for student giving a paper at Anglophilia – International Student Conference on English Studies 2017 (http://anglophilia.ksaxa.com), Zagreb, Croatia, May 4-6 150.-