AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDENTS
THE REDHOUSE PRIZE FOR TURKISH
The Redhouse Prize for Best Progress in Turkish was established by the Turkish Studies Association (now the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association) in 1991, and continue to be available annually, in North America, designated for four outstanding students who deserve public recognition.
WALTER G. ANDREWS OTTOMAN TURKISH TRANSLATION AWARD
AATT is pleased to announce the Walter G. Andrews Ottoman Turkish Translation competition for the two best translations of an Ottoman archival/historical or literary work into English.
NORMAN ITZKOWITZ TURKISH SHORT STORY AWARD
AATT is pleased to announce Norman Itzkowitz Turkish Short Story Award for the two best short stories in Modern Turkish language written by graduate or undergraduate students whose works will compete in two categories: beginner/intermediate or advanced proficiency level.
OTSA UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
The annual scholarship from the Ottoman & Turkish Studies (OTSA) Undergraduate Scholarship fund created by the generous donations of our members (especially the late Dr. Nathan Altshuler) over the years provides an introduction to Turkey for qualified undergraduate students who have not had extensive prior experience in Turkey or in Turkish studies. The award is to be used for travel to Turkey and expenses while there, to supplement participation in a program in Turkish language, a study-abroad program, or a work internship; or for study or research in any aspect of Turkey’s history, culture or society.
WALTER G. ANDREWS GRADUATE STUDENT OTTOMAN LANGUAGE SUMMER SCHOOL TUITION SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is for graduate students who are enrolled in an accredited higher education institution in North America to study Ottoman language.