Luther Allen Scholarship

The Luther A. Allen Scholarship is named in honor of Political Science Emeritus Professor Luther A. Allen, who taught at UMass from 1952 until his retirement in 1985. It supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated interests in international relations and Francophile studies, including French-speaking nations and/or provinces.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Please craft an (600-word maximum) essay describing why you are an excellent candidate for this particular scholarship. Discuss your interest in international relations and/or Francophile studies. Highlight any academic, scholarly, or experiential work in your related area of interest. Be concise. Winning essays may be forwarded to the scholarship donors.
  2. Please upload your current resume.