For a number of years FARMS has sponsored a graduate fellowship program that provides financial aid to students who are pursuing advanced de grees in fields of special interest to the Foun dation. Named in honor of Hugh Nibley, the program seeks to foster the next generation of faithful scholars who will contribute to the work of FARMS.
Fellowships are not automatically granted or automatically renewed. Both new applicants and current Nibley fellows seeking to renew their fellowships must apply by 1 June 2001 for the 2001/2002 academic year. For an application, write to M. Gerald Bradford, Director of Research, FARMS at BYU, P. O. Box 7113, Provo, Utah 84602.