Submitted by email@example.com on Wed, 2021-03-03 15:52 Departmental Prizes in French Studies Please use this form to submit essays for the Césaire, Colette or Voltaire prize in the department of French Studies at Smith. Full guidelines for prize submissions can be found on the French Studies website. As the first page of your submission file, please submit a cover letter with the following information: your Smith ID number (99….) the title of the submitted work, and semester in which you submitted it an explanation (maximum 150 words) of the reasons why you think this essay or project is your best work. For Colette prize submissions, the cover letter may be written in English. For all other submissions, the cover letter should be written in French. If you received outside help on the essay or project, please acknowledge this by stating the name of the person who helped you and the kind of help received (content and/or grammar) Multiple prize submissions in French Studies in the same year are not allowed; students may make one entry per person, per year. NOTE: This form is the only way to submit an essay for consideration. Essays submitted by any other means will not be accepted. 99 number * Class year * Number and name of the course for which the paper or project was produced * Name of the professor of the course for which you did the work you are submitting * I am submitting an essay for the following prize: * Césaire Prize (open to senior French Studies majors only) Colette Prize (open to all years; for essays written in high-intermediate French classes) Voltaire Prize (open to all years; for essays written in a high-intermediate French language course) The paper topic and/or description of the assignment given by the professor * The number of drafts or versions of this work that were presented to the professor before the final version that you are submitting * The percentage of the final course grade represented by the grade on this paper (if you know this) * Please upload a file containing your cover letter and a scan of the final version of your paper (with any instructor comments) here. If any drafts prior to the final version were evaluated by your instructor, please include them in this file. * PLEASE NOTE: Multiple image files can be combined into a single PDF by exporting the documents in (?) Adobe Acrobat or on an iPhone if you open multiple images in the Books app. If you need support with the process, please feel free to reach out to Jen Blackburn in the French Studies office at firstname.lastname@example.org.)Files must be less than 2 MB.Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png pdf doc docx. Comments or questions?