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Eugen and Jacqueline Weber Tribute Lecture Featuring Philip Nord

Following is information about the bequest made by Eugen and Jacqueline Weber.


The Eugen and Jacqueline Weber Book Prize Endowment 82454E

To support an award ("Book Prize") to the author of the best book about post-1814 French history published anywhere in the world during the preceding two-year period. The Book Prize winner shall deliver a public lecture at UCLA to be followed by a dinner at which the Book Prize will be awarded.

The Eugen & Jacqueline Weber Lecture in French and European History 82229E

To support a lecture, annually if possible, bringing scholars and individuals with the finest minds and expertise in French and European history to UCLA. Support includes travel costs (local and global), honoraria, spousal inclusion and other related items.

The Eugen and Jacqueline Weber Graduate Fellowship in French History Endowment  82463E

To support a UCLA student writing a graduate dissertation in post-1789 French history.

The Eugen and Jacqueline Weber Studentship in French History Endowment  82462E  

To support an incoming first year graduate student at UCLA, preferably in Modern/Contemporary French history, or if not appropriate that year then in Modern/Contemporary European history, to provide one-year non-renewable support for that student.

The Eugen and Jacqueline Weber Postdoctoral Fellowship in French History Endowment  82464E

To support a postdoctoral fellowship for an individual at UCLA in order to assist that person in producting a first book related to French history since 1789 in connection with a reduced teaching schedule.

The Eugen and Jacqueline Weber Quasi-Endowed Travel Award Fund  90825E

To provide one annual award for summer research in Europe, to a graduate student studying French or European History, who will be selected by the History Department's Graduate Awards Committee. The fund will be under the direction of the Chair of the Department of History.