Zina Gimpelevich

Germanic and Slavic Studies
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
N2L 3G1, Canada

Honours, Grants and Awards

Honours

2017- - The Honorary life member of the Biełarusian Writers’ Union

2017-2018 - The Honorary President of CAS.

2008, 2007, 1994 - Letters of Recognition from outstanding student(s) in honors programs Deans List standing & Departmental Students Award.

1994, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 - Five nominations for Distinguished Teachers Award, University of Waterloo

2000 - Honorary President and Life Member of the Canadian Relief Fund for Chernobyl Victims in Belarus.

2001 - Commemorative plaque for establishing and service the Fund for Chernobyl Victims in Belarus (one of the three founders, 1989).

1984 A letter-certificate of merit from His Excellency, The Governor General of Canada, Edward R. Schreyer.

Grants and Awards

October 2011 - SSHRC (SRG) Research grant for a research project, submitted.

April 2011 - 4A/UW/SSHRC/Research grant for a new research project, The image of the Jew in Belarusian literature. CAD$8, 000.00

April 2005 - SSHRC Research grant for the project: Krivichs Treasure Chest CAD$ 58, 143.00

December 2004 - UW/SSHRC Travel grant (CAD& 500) (AAASS, Boston)

May 2004 - UW/SSHRC $5,000 Grant (4-A) for research in Russian archives

April 2004 - McGill-Queen press received HSSFC/ASPP Grant to publish monograph Vasil Bykau: His Life and Works ($7,000).

April 2003 - UW/SSHRC $5,000 Grant (4-A) for research in Russian archives

July 2002 - Earned $9,000 from Plekhanov Russian Academy contracts

May 2002 - UW/SSHRC $5,000 Grant (4-A) for research in Belarusian archives.

May 2001 - Travel grant from the Dept. Of Germanic and Slavic Studies to attend SSHRC Congress in Quebec City

November 2000 - Travel grant from the Office of the Dean of Research to attend AAASS Congress in Denver, Colorado

May 2000 - UW/SSHRC $5,000 Grant (4-A) for research in Russian archives (Skaldin)

May 1999 - Travel grant from CAS (Canadian Association of Slavists) and Dept. Of Germanic and Slavic for presentations at the Learned Societies, Sherbrooke

May 1998 - UW/SSHRC $5,000 Grant (4-A) for research in Russian and Belarusian archives

May 1998 - Travel grant from CAS and Dept. Of Germanic and Slavic for presentations at the Learned Societies, Ottawa

May 1997 - Canadian Association of Slavists Travel Grant

1996-1997 - UW Self-directed Sabbatical Research Grant

May 1996 - UW/Social Sciences and Humanities together with the Department of Germanic and Slavic, Travel Grant for presentation in Ireland

September 1995 - UW/Social Sciences and Humanities Travel Grant for presentation in Poznan, Poland

June 1995 - UW/Social Sciences and Humanities Grant for research on Vasil Bykau

June 1994 - UW/Social Sciences and Humanities Grant for research on Belarusan Post-Chernobyl and Post-Glasnost Literature

November 1993 - Travel grants from the offices of Dean of Research, Dean of Arts and Vice-President, Academic & Provost for the 1993 AAASS Convention

Summer 1993 - Travel grant from the University of Waterloo for a presentation in Ottawa

November 1992 - Travel grant from the Advisor to the Vice-President, Academic and Provost for the AAASS Convention

Spring 1992 - Travel grant from CAS for presentations at the Learned Societies, P.E.I.

Summer 1991 - Travel grants from University of Waterloo for presentations in England, France and Canada

September 1990 - Starting Grant, University of Waterloo

July 1990 - Grant from Resources and Planning, University of Ottawa

May 1990 - Grant from Resources and Planning, University of Ottawa

October 1988 - Publication grant from Resources and Planning, University of Ottawa

1966-1971 - Five-year grant from Pedagogical University, Minsk, USSR

Zina Gimpelevich

A letter-certificate of merit from His Excellency,
The Governor General of Canada, Edward R. Schreyer.
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Zina Gimpelevich

Honorary President and Life Member of the Canadian
Relief Fund for Chernobyl Victims in Belarus.
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