UVic Libraries Student Scholarships

Meet our 2021 Library Scholarship Award Recipients

 

David Harris Flaherty Undergraduate Student Library Scholarship 2021 Recipient:

Kiara Hosie, School of Music

Kiara Hosie is a third year musicology major and psychology minor. She is passionate about diversity in music, making music more accessible, and helping others through the performing arts. After her B.Mus., Kiara hopes to pursue graduate studies in music psychology to reach her goal of becoming a music therapist.

Award-winning Essay

 

 

Kiara Hosie


David Harris Flaherty Undergraduate Student Library Scholarship 2021 Recipient:

Rachel Li, Faculty of Science

Rachel is a third year student at UVic working towards a Major in Biochemistry and Minor in Applied Ethics.

Award-winning Essay


Rachel Li

 

David Harris Flaherty Undergraduate Student Library Scholarship 2021 Recipient:

Miriam Dumitra, Department of Theatre

Miriam Dumitra is a fourth-year theatre student and a sound designer, playwright, and artist. They are active at the University of Victoria’s theatre department where they sound designed the 2021 fall show Dead Man’s Cell Phone and are about to debut their show Rain Carnation with the Student Alternative Theatre Company.

Award-winning Essay

 

Miriam Dumitra

 

William Petrie Graduate Student Library Scholarship 2021 Recipient:

Lynn (Yu Ling) Ng, Faculty of Social Sciences

Lynn is a PhD Candidate in Political Science. Her research project is a comparative analysis of the eldercare sectors of Singapore and Taiwan in East Asia where many foreign domestic workers reside as informal home caregivers. Previously, she won the 2020 UVic Libraries Gladys Nipp and Stephen Mah Family Award.

Award-winning Essay

 

                  Lynn (Yu Ling) Ng

 

Gladys Nipp and Stephen Mah Family Award 2021 Recipient:

Mary Anne Vallianatos, Faculty of Law

Mary Anne is a PhD candidate with the Faculty of Law. Her dissertation explores the historic relationship between law and race. Her research lies at the intersection of critical race theory, law and empire, and the legal history of anti-Asian racism. Beyond research, she loves going on hikes with her dog. 

Award-winning research proposal

 

 

Mary Anne Vallianatos