Scholarships and Fellowships

Scholarship and fellowship support can help you achieve your greatest potential at UConn. Below you’ll find information about need-based and merit-based undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships administered through the College and its departments, as well as financial aid available to CLAS students.


College Scholarships and Fellowships

 
The CLAS Office of the Dean offers scholarships and fellowships annually that consider merit and financial need. These opportunities are open to all eligible students across the College. Undergraduate and graduate students can apply for most of these opportunities by completing a standard electronic application. Please see the full list of scholarships and fellowships for exceptions.

The CLAS scholarship and fellowship application for the 2020-2021 academic year will open on Tuesday, January 21, 2020.

The application will close at 11:59 p.m. on February 26, 2020.
Selected students will be notified by mail by July 15, 2020. Students who are not selected will not be notified.

 

Complete the 2020-2021 CLAS Scholarship and Fellowship Application

List of CLAS Scholarships and Fellowships

Click on the expandable menus below to see a full list of scholarship and fellowship opportunities with descriptions, eligibility requirements, and qualifications.

Undergraduate Students

Available to students pursuing an undergraduate degree in CLAS.

The Agnes B. Harrison Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduates majoring in one of the social sciences.  Students must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.  Preference will be given to those who are first-generation college students.  This award may be renewable.

The Albert E. and Wilda E. Van Dusen Award for Undergraduate Study and Travel in the Fields of Ancient Greco-Roman History and Classical Languages is for continuing undergraduate CLAS students who demonstrate academic excellence. The student must also engage in, for academic credit or as part of an existing or newly created University approved program, one of the following: study or research involving ancient Greek and/or Latin languages and requiring travel beyond the University of Connecticut’s campus, or study or research involving ancient Greek and/or Roman history or civilization requiring travel, preferably, but not exclusively, to any of the lands that made up the ancient classical world before A.D. 600.

The Anthony Wallace Memorial Scholarship is for rising juniors in CLAS who have a minimum 3.0 GPA, excellent past academic achievement, and financial need.  Applicants must be residents of the State of Connecticut. This award may be renewable.

The Anthony P. Zemetis and Helen Noonan Zemetis Scholarship is for CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate financial need. This award may be renewable.

The Arthur O. Bayer College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Scholarship is for entering freshmen. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to residents of the State of Connecticut. This award may be renewable for a maximum of four years.

The Arwood S. and Mary Northby Scholarship is for entering freshmen majoring in Math and upperclassmen majoring in one of the Physical Sciences. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to residents of the State of Connecticut.

The Barbara and John G. Hill, Jr. Scholarship Fund supports full-time CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate both academic achievement and financial need. This award may be renewable.

The Betty ’50 and Bish ’50 Bishop Scholarship is for CLAS undergraduate students who have a minimum 2.8 GPA and are residents of the State of Connecticut. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and excellent academic achievement. This award may be renewable for a maximum of four years.

The CLAS Undergraduate Scholarship is for CLAS undergraduate students who demonstrate academic achievement and/or financial need.

The Crystal Molina Memorial Scholarship is for continuing CLAS undergraduates who have an interest in and/or participate in social justice, environmental, or advocacy outreach programs assisting disadvantaged populations, including migrant workers. Candidates must demonstrate financial need, and preference will be given to students who have overcome socioeconomic or educational obstacles, are first generation college students, are members of underrepresented groups at UConn, or have experience living/working in diverse environments. This award may be renewable.

The Dr. Patrick E. Fontane Memorial Scholarship is for graduating pre-medical students who have been accepted for M. D. programs of accredited medical schools in the continental U.S. Applicants must have been undergraduates at UConn for at least two years. Priority will be given to students of UConn Waterbury and students who are from Waterbury, Watertown, or Oakville, Connecticut.

The Dr. Victor Rizza Scholarship is for entering freshmen majoring in chemistry or biology. Applicants must be residents of the state of Connecticut. This award may be renewable for a maximum of four years. For renewal as junior or senior, the student must be on the prior Fall semester’s Dean’s List.

The Fleur and Jerry Lawrence Endowed Scholarship in International Relations and Human Rights is for CLAS undergraduates studying international relations and/or human rights. This award may be renewable.

The Frank and Frances Nigro Scholarship is for CLAS undergraduates, preferably majoring in economics, who demonstrate financial need and academic achievement.

The Fred and Kathleen Otter Scholarship is awarded to academically outstanding CLAS graduate or undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need. This award may be renewable.

The George C. Parker Memorial Scholarship is for incoming or continuing CLAS students who are citizens or legal residents of the U.S. and were either orphaned by age 14 or spent at least three years in foster care. Candidates must demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. This award may be renewable.

The Grace Yeagle Scholarship in Math and Science Education is awarded to academically outstanding undergraduates majoring in math, life sciences, or physical sciences. A demonstrated commitment to teaching as a profession is also required. This award may be renewable.

The Greenblatt Undergraduate Research Award is awarded to CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate high academic achievement and an interest in conducting academic research in the area of United States race relations, United States civil rights, or United States human rights.

The Hogan Family Scholarship is for incoming or continuing juniors majoring in history or English.  Applicants must be residents of the state of Connecticut and demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to graduates of Connecticut high schools. This award may be renewable for one additional year.

The Innovations in Paleobiology Award is available to CLAS graduate students and undergraduates majoring in geosciences or ecology & evolutionary biology. Preference will be given to students pursuing University-approved student research and education in paleontology.

The Jacqueline Brown-Dickstein Award is awarded to CLAS undergraduate students minoring in women’s studies.  Applicants must be residents of the state of Connecticut and demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. This award may be renewable.

The Lange Family Endowment Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduates majoring in a physical, life, or environmental science, or math, who have a minimum 3.5 GPA, and demonstrate financial need.  This award is renewable.

The Linda Louro Petrella ’78 Scholarship is for graduate or undergraduate students in the Department of Literatures, Cultures, & Languages. Preference will be given to those who demonstrate financial need and/or are of Portuguese descent. This award may be renewable.

The Marjorie Robinson Eckels Scholarship supports undergraduates majoring in one of the social sciences who demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.

The Marsha Pomerantz Roth Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduate students who are Connecticut residents with excellent past academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to residents of northwest Connecticut, including Litchfield County and its bordering towns.

The Michael and Brook Urban Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduates majoring in Biological Sciences who demonstrate financial need.

The Myles Martel ’65 Scholarship Honoring the Leadership of President Emeritus Philip E. Austin is awarded to CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate leadership within a University student organization, campus activity, or similar organization. Students must also demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.

The Patrick M. Campion Scholarship is awarded to entering or continuing CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.

The Paul J. Volpe ’67 Award is for CLAS undergraduates admitted to the University Honors Program.  Applicants must be residents of the State of Connecticut, and preference will be given to those with financial need.  This award may be renewable.

The Peter and Hinda Drotch Family Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to those majoring in biological sciences.

The Posselt Family Opportunity Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduates who have financial need. Preference will be given to sophomores and upperclassmen who have overcome obstacles (such as socioeconomic or educational disadvantage), are members of underrepresented groups at the University, have experience living or working in diverse environments, or have demonstrated interest in urban education or urban studies. This award may be renewable.

The Robert F. and Margaret Dodge Belden Scholarship is awarded to graduate or undergraduate students in CLAS who demonstrate academic achievement and a potential for future academic and professional accomplishments.

The Ron Roy Fund for Future Writers is for juniors and seniors only majoring in English or Journalism.  Candidates’ studies must focus on creative writing, literature, or children’s literature.  Candidates must be permanent residents of Hartford, Tolland, or Middlesex county and graduates of a high school therewithin.  Candidates must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need.  This award may be renewable.

The Rosen Family Scholarship for Science and Studies Abroad is awarded to continuing undergraduates who are majoring in a physical or life science and have participated or will participate in an approved study abroad program administered by the Study Abroad Office. Candidates must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need.Thereafter, preference will be given to chemistry, physics, or biological sciences students. This award may be renewable.

The Slavik Family Endowment awards scholarships to CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate academic achievement and have financial need.

The Susan Herbst and Douglas Hughes Family Scholarship in the Humanities is awarded to incoming CLAS undergraduates who intend to or are majoring in Africana studies, American studies, classics & ancient Mediterranean studies, English, French, German, history, human rights, Italian literary and cultural studies, journalism, Latin American studies, maritime studies, philosophy, Spanish, or women's, gender, and sexuality studies; or have an individualized major where the majority of courses are in the Humanities. Candidates must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. This award may be renewable.

The Victor Schachter ’64 Rule of Law Award is for an undergraduate or graduate student in CLAS who accepts as part of their coursework in pursuit of a degree, a position or internship with a domestic or international organization or public agency whose purpose is to advance human rights programs and rule of law initiatives abroad, including in India and Africa. Students must also demonstrate an interest in rule of law issues.

The William and Lucretia Dewey Tanner Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduates who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.

The Christine N. Witzel Award Fund is awarded to an academically promising undergraduate student or graduate student enrolled full time in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Candidates may be recommended by a faculty member associated with the Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP) and/or a CLAS faculty member with a research or teaching interest in women's health issues. Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to, specific health issues for women and gender differences in the experience of health issues. Priority consideration will be given to students whose proposal shows particular promise for future funding from a federal agency or private foundation. Apply online for this award.

Graduate Students

Available to students pursuing a graduate degree in a CLAS program.

The CLAS Graduate Fellowship is for CLAS graduate students who demonstrate academic achievement and/or financial need.

The Covenant Insurance Company Summer Fellowship is for CLAS graduate students who demonstrate past academic achievement and the potential for future academic and professional accomplishments.

The Dean Ross MacKinnon Endowment for CLAS Graduate Fellows awards fellowships to graduate students who have financial need and demonstrate academic achievement.

The Dr. Ilpyong Kim Fellowship in East Asian Relations awards fellowships to CLAS graduate students enrolled in a Ph.D. program in the social sciences or humanities. Students must have completed their general Ph.D. exams and passed with distinction by the time of application. Students must be pursuing an approved dissertation that deals centrally with domestic or international relations of Korea, Japan, or China, or a combination thereof.  This award may be renewable.

The Fred and Kathleen Otter Scholarship is awarded to academically outstanding CLAS graduate or undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need.  This award may be renewable.

The Getulio P. Carvalho Pre-doctoral Fellowship for U.S.-Brazilian Relations helps fund graduate students in CLAS who demonstrate academic achievement and an interest in Brazilian history, politics, diplomacy, trade, energy, natural resources, environment, or other areas of research related to U.S.-Brazilian relations. This award may be renewable.

The Innovations in Paleobiology Award is available to CLAS graduate students and undergraduates majoring in geosciences or ecology & evolutionary biology. Preference will be given to those pursuing University-approved student research and education in paleontology.

The Linda Louro Petrella ’78 Scholarship is for graduate or undergraduate students in the Department of Literatures, Cultures, & Languages. Preference will be given to those who demonstrate financial need and/or are of Portuguese descent. This award may be renewable.

The Robert F. and Margaret Dodge Belden Scholarship is awarded to graduate or undergraduate students in CLAS who demonstrate academic achievement and a potential for future academic and professional accomplishments.

The Victor Schachter ’64 Rule of Law Award is for an undergraduate or graduate student in CLAS who accepts as part of their coursework in pursuit of a degree, a position or internship with a domestic or international organization or public agency whose purpose is to advance human rights programs and rule of law initiatives abroad, including in India and Africa. Students must also demonstrate an interest in rule of law issues.

The Christine N. Witzel Award Fund is awarded to an academically promising undergraduate student or graduate student enrolled full time in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Candidates may be recommended by a faculty member associated with the Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP) and/or a CLAS faculty member with a research or teaching interest in women's health issues. Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to, specific health issues for women and gender differences in the experience of health issues. Priority consideration will be given to students whose proposal shows particular promise for future funding from a federal agency or private foundation. Apply online for this award.


Department Scholarships and Fellowships

Individual CLAS departments and programs award scholarships and fellowships to students enrolled in specific majors or programs of study. Please contact the units listed below for more information about these awards.

Africana Studies

Drs. Barbara and Carlton Molette Scholarship Fund


For more information, please email africana@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Anthropology

Diane Elizabeth Greenfield Scholarship


For more information, please email andrea.booth@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Asian and Asian American Studies Institute

Dr. Hira C. Jain and Mrs. Sunita Jain Endowment Fund
Fred Ho Endowment


For more information, please visit the Institute's website.

Biological Sciences

Margaret F. Ertman Fund


For more information, please email biologyadvising@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Chemistry

ACS-Hach Land Grant Scholarship
Bobbitt-Chou Fund for Graduate Chemistry Students
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Fund for Studies in Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Catherine Isabella DeStefano Rossi Endowment
Chemistry General Scholarship
Alumni Graduate Student Development
Chemistry Undergraduate Development
Dr. Charles E. Waring Chemistry Scholarship Emeriti Fund for Undergraduate Chemistry Research
Gary A. Epling Scholarship
Glenn Irani, M.D. Award
Research in Graduate Studies in Chemistry
Waring Scholarship in Chemistry
William R. Granquist, Jr. Memorial Scholarship


For more information, please email chemdept@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Communication

Martin Horn Scholarship in Communication


For more information, please email communication@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Carl Schaefer Fund for Student Research
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Endowment
Francis Rice Trainor Endowment
Greg and Mona Anderson Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Best Ph.D. Dissertation Award
Katie Bu Memorial Fund
Henry N. Andrews Award for Botanical Research
Judith Humphrey Shaw Parasitology Fund
Leslie J. Mehrhoff, PhD Conservation and Biodiversity Fund
Rednalis Endowment for Graduate Research in Plant Ecology
Ronald Bamford Fund


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Economics

Abe Ribicoff Scholarship in Economics
Albert E. Waugh Scholarship
Charles Triano Scholarship
Economics Department General Scholarship
Eleanor S. Bloom Endowment
Julia and Harold Fenton and Yolanda and Augustine Sineti Scholarship
Kathryn A. Cassidy Economics Scholarship
Louis D. Traurig Scholarship
Paul Taylor Fund
Rockwood Q.P. Chin Scholarship
Ross Mayer Scholarship
Timothy A. and Beverly C. Holt Economics Fellowship
W. Harrison Carter Award


For more information, please email economics@uconn.edu or visit their website.

El Instituto

Elizabeth Mahan Fund for Graduate Studies in Latin American and Latino Studies
Robert G. Mead, Jr. Fellowship Fund
Whetten Latin American Studies Fund


For more information, please email elinstituto@uconn.edu or visit their website.

English

Edward R. and Frances Schreiber Collins Literary Fund
Edwin Way Teale Nature Writing Award English Stevens Memorial Award
Gloriana Gill Prizes in Art and Photography
Jennie Hackman Memorial Prize
Kathleen Gibson McPeek Scholarship in English
SCF-Robert Stallman Scholarship
Steblea Family Scholarship
Susanne Brennan Perella Memorial Scholarship
Timothy F. Moriarty Irish Literature Fund


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Geosciences

Andrew J. Nalwalk Memorial Award


For more information, please email geology@uconn.edu or visit their website.

History

Abraham and Faye Astor Scholarship
Albert E. and Wilda E. Van Dusen Scholarship
Aldo DeDominicis Graduate Fellowship in Italian American History
Bruce M. Stave and Sondra Astor Stave Prize in Recent American History
Connecticut Celebration 350 Scholarship
Harry J. Marks Fellowship
History Excellence
Hugh M. Hamill Graduate Fellowship in Latin American History
Karl Z. Trybus Graduate Award in Modern European History
Michael L. Dunphy Memorial Scholarship Fund
Roger N. Buckley Award Endowment
Thomas G. Paterson Graduate Fellowship in the History of U.S. Foreign Relations
Ward Prizes in Ancient History and Ancient Greek


For more information, please email history@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Human Development and Family Sciences

Audrey L. Jarrelle Fund
Clyde A. Jones Scholarship
Dr. Frederick G. Humphrey Fellowship in Family Studies
Dr. Howard A. Rosencranz Memorial Scholarship Fund (Undergraduate or Graduate)
Dorothy E. Vail Home Economics Fund
E. Charlotte Rogers Scholarship
Frederic C. Teich Award
Joan Sineti Fenton and Richard J. Fenton Scholarship Fund in Human Development and Family Studies
L. Eugene Thomas Fund
Lucy Allen Wyman Scholarship
Mattoon-Kline Endowed Scholarship Fund
Nellie A. Gard Scholarship Fund
Raymond and Jeanne Bartman Scholarship in Family Studies


For more information, please visit their website.

Humanities Institute

James L. and Shirley A. Draper Fellowship Fund


For more information, please email uchi@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Journalism

Associate Professor Emeritus John J. Breen Scholarship
Charles Litsky Memorial Scholarship
Dave Solomon Scholarship
Friedman Prize in Journalism
Michael J. Whalen Award for Excellence in Journalism
Sheehan Brothers Journalism Fund


For more information, please email lisa.caruso@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life

Cohen and Henes Scholarship Fund in Judaic Studies
Frances and Irving Seliger Memorial Award
Harold J. Arkava Fund
Sylvia and Leo Dashefsky Prize
Winkler Award for Study in Israel


For more information, please email judaicstudies@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Borys and Lida S. Bilokur Fund
Chester W. Obuchowski Memorial Scholarship
Dorothy Maguire Scholarship in Modern and Classical Languages
Fannie Hathaway Boss Fund
Farina Family Scholarship in Italian in Honor of Rocco and Marie Farina
Friends of Franco Masciandaro Fund
Gene J. Barberet and B. June Gilliam Scholarship
Glauco Cambon Memorial Scholarship
Herbert Lederer Scholarship
Marie Naudin Fund for French and Francophone Studies
Marlis Zeller Cambon Scholarship Fund


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Marine Sciences

Feng Scholarship
John Rankin Scholarship
Eversource Marine Science Award
William A. Lund, Jr. Fellowship in Marine Sciences


For more information, please email marinesciences@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Mathematics

Actuarial Science Scholarship
Bernard Sippin ’52 Scholarship Fund
Charles I. Vinsonhaler Fund
Cigna Actuarial Science Scholarship
Gordon Aston Actuarial Scholarship
Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics
Louis J. Deluca and Constance Strange Memorial Fund
Mass Mutual Endowed Scholarship in Actuarial Science
Mathematics Graduate Fund
Michael Neumann Dissertation Award
The Phoenix Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Actuarial Science
Richard London Endowment
Sahasrabuddhe Scholarship for Casualty Actuarial Science


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Medieval Studies

Fred A. Cazel, Jr. Fellowship in Medieval Studies


For more information, please email uconn.medieval.studies@gmail.com or visit their website.

Molecular and Cell Biology

Antonio H. and Jean Romano Graduate Summer Fellowship in Microbiology
Arthur Chovnick Graduate Fellowship in Genetics
Claire M. Berg Graduate Fellowship in Genetics
Dr. Edward A. Khairallah and Dr. Lamia H. Khairallah Fund for Scholarship
Jean Lucas-Lenard Special Summer Fellowship in Biochemistry
Lt. Paul Drotch Memorial Scholarship
Philip I. Marcus Graduate Student Virology Support
Pfizer Summer Fellowship in Molecular and Cell Biology
Richard C. Crain, Jr. Memorial Fund
Structural Biology, Biochemistry and Biophysics Award
Todd M. Schuster Award in Molecular and Cell Biology


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Philosophy

Anne L. Hiskes Award for Academic Achievement in Philosophy


For more information, please email philosophy@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Physics

Anne and Win Smith Fellowship Fund
Charles E. Swenberg Memorial Scholarship
Dwight Hills Damon Graduate Fellowship in Experimental Physics
Edward N. Frisius Memorial Fellowship
Isaac S. and Lois W. Blonder Graduate Fellowship
Katzenstein Prize in Physics
Nagavarapu Graduate Award in Physics
Kurt Haller Endowment for Physics Research and Graduate Education
Kurt Haller Academic Opportunity Fellowship Fund
Mark E. Miller Undergraduate Research Fund
Marshall and Georgianna Walker Graduate Award
Ruth and Paul Klemens Award


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Physiology and Neurobiology

Cynthia M. Swol and Beatrice S. Swol Endowed Scholarship in Biological Sciences
David Plamondon Memorial Fund
Deligeorges Family Scholarship


For more information, please email linda.armstrong@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Political Science

Abraham Ribicoff Graduate Fellowship for the Study of American Politics
Alan R. Bennett Honors Scholarship in Political Science
Augusta H. Gerberich Scholarship
Elizabeth C. Hanson Fund for International Studies
Everett Ladd Fellowship in American Politics
George F. Cole Dissertation Fellowship in Public Law
Getulio P. Carvalho Endowment in Political Science
Howard L. Reiter Memorial Award for Political Science Graduate Education
Howard L. Reiter Memorial Senior Award for Graduate Study in Political Science
I. Ridgway Davis Pre-law Fellowship
Irving Smirnoff Scholarship Fund
J. Garry Clifford Graduate Fellowship Endowment
James Hannagan Political Science Award
Jaime B. Cheshire ’99 Internship Award in Political Science
Legal Studies Scholarship
Mark S. Rudy Scholarship
Michael L. Dunphy Memorial Scholarship Fund
Norman Kogan Fellowship in Western European Politics
Roy H. and Hilda M. Merolli Scholarship in Political Science


For more information, please email lindsay.halle@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Psychological Sciences

Carolina A. Herfkens and J. Conrad Schwarz Endowment
Competitive Mini-Grant Program for Undergraduate Psychology Research
David Zeaman Memorial Scholarship
Isabelle Liberman Prize
Julian B. Rotter Scholarship
Maurice L. Farber Endowment
Psychology Graduate Program
Sam L. Witryol Scholarship
Skip Lowe Graduate Scholarship in Psychology


For more information, please email psychology@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Public Policy

Albert G. Ilg Fellowship in Local Government
David B. Walker Award
Nonprofit Leadership Program Scholarship
Public Policy Awards
Tenzer Fellowship Fund


For more information, please email dpp@uconn.edu or visit their website.

Sociology

Drs. Arnold and Sandra W. Dashefsky Student Award for Excellence
Janet M. Fierberg Scholarship
Michael L. Dunphy Memorial Scholarship Fund
Sociology Department Award


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Statistics

Elizabeth M. Macfarlane ’39 Endowment
Matthew Goldstein Fund for Graduate Education in Statistics
Statistics Fund


For more information, please visit the Department's website.

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Kristie Ann Wood Endowment Scholarship


For more information, please email wsinfo@uconn.edu or visit their website.

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