We welcome your support of the UBC History Department.
There are many ways you can be a part of the ongoing mission of the department:
- Be a mentor to a current history student. The Arts Tri-Mentoring Program connects Arts students with alumni mentors, and with one another. The program involves a UBC alumni who is matched with a junior (2nd year) and a senior (3rd/4th year) student. Matches are based on academic and career goals. Interested? Contact Jordan Rongavilla, Alumni Relations Coordinator, at email@example.com or 604-827-3618.
- Join us at History Department Events. To learn more about departmental lectures, see the home page of this website under “Upcoming Events.” If you are interested in attending our Annual Burge Lecture and accompanying alumni reception, contact Christine Lee, Associate Director, Alumni Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.822.9359.
- Donate to the Department. The History Department has been blessed with generous gifts in recent years, but we are still very much in need of additional funds to support the research and teaching needs of our faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates.
Travelling Scholars Fund
The Travelling Scholars Fund of the UBC Department of History provides research funding for History honours and graduate students to do research around the world. The Travelling Scholars Fund is critical to the History Department’s ability to sustain and advance our goal of world-class education and research.
History Department Annual Fund
The History Department Annual Fund is critical to our ability to pursue new opportunities and supplement whenever gaps appear. Funds help support crucial activities such as colloquia and workshops, faculty research and teaching, and special opportunities for our undergraduate students including support for the History Student’s Association.
Alice Maud Burge Endowment Fund
The Alice Maud Burge Endowment Fund for Student Engagement was established by UBC alumnus Bill Burge (LLB'54) in honour of his mother, Alice Maud Burge, who shared his love of history. Promoting creative and innovative student research in the Department of History, income from the fund supports activities such as student participation at scholarly conferences and the annual Alice Maud Burge Lecture a graduate-student organized lecture and one-day workshop with an invited historian of special accomplishment and note. Recent Burge Lecturers include Natalie Zemon-Davis (2013), Ann Stoler (2014) and Robert Darnton (2015).