The Elizabeth Carr Holmes Scholarship honors the memory of Elizabeth Carr Holmes, emeritus professor of Speech at the University of Hawai‘i. Professor Carr Holmes was widely known for her work in pidgin and creole languages and in ESL.
The Scholarship provides funds to enable full-time classified students in the BA, MA, AGC, and PhD in SLS programs to carry out program-related research. Priority is given in the following order: (1) to research for scholarly papers, theses, and dissertations; (2) to coursework designed to pilot materials or procedures for scholarly papers, theses, and dissertations; (3) pending availability of funds, to research deemed exceptional as part of SLS course requirements. All proposed research must have been reviewed by the IRB UHM Human Studies Program at the time of Scholarship application.
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