Department of Theatre and Film
Department Awards, Scholarships & Grant In Aid
F. Lee and Patricia H. Miesle Award is given annually to a student who has written the outstanding thesis or dissertation in the Department of Theatre and Film at BGSU.
Academic Achievement in Film Award is given annually to a Senior Film major holding the highest GPA. The $100 award can be used for books and supplies. Students must be enrolled full time to be considered.
Outstanding Senior in Theatre Production in Honor of Dr. F. Lee Miesle - Production is given annually to a Senior Theatre major who demonstrates outstanding ability in the area of theatre production. The award is up to $100.
Outstanding Senior in Theatre Production in Honor of Dr. F. Lee Miesle- Acting is given annually to a Senior Theatre major who demonstrates outstanding ability in the area of acting. The award is up to $100.
Academic Achievement in Honor of Dr. Lois Cheney is given annually to a Senior Theatre major having the highest GPA. The award is $100.
The Eva Marie Saint Scholarship in Theatre is awarded annually to an incoming freshman who posses exceptional talent in theatre. The award amount is based upon the annual interest generated from the endowment and is governed by the following criteria: The award shall be nonrenewable and limited to one recipient per year. The selection shall be made by the Scholarship/Grant-in-aid committee through audition in February in the Department of Theatre and Film. Application forms are available on line (click link below) as well as in the Department Office at 212 Wolfe Center for the Arts. Deadline for application and recommendations is Friday, February 1st, 2013.
2013-14 Grant In Aid
The Department of Theatre and Film Grant-in-aid program provides financial support for gifted students participating in the areas of acting, technical theatre and film. Grant-in-aid is a financial award given to an individual on a competitive basis in exchange for significant supervised participation in the department's production program. The amount of financial awards varies from year to year. You do not have to be a theatre or film major to receive grant-in-aid.
Grant-in-aid auditions/interviews will be held on Saturday, February 9th, 2013 for the following academic year. Information and application forms are available on line as well as in the Department 0ffice, 212 Wolfe Center. Applications must be completed and returned to the office by February 1st, 2013.