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National Council of Teachers of English - Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)
Awards of $1,000 to USA, Canada, and International scholars to attend the funding source's professional conference supporting instruction in college-level writing. Funding is intended to encourage the professional development of first-time presenters from historically underrepresented groups. This includes Black, Asian, Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, or other Pacific Islander scholars, regardless of citizenship status - persons whose presence and whose contributions are central to the full realization of CCCC's professional goals. The conference will take place in Chicago.
The Conference on College Composition and Communication sponsors the Scholars for the Dream Travel Award to encourage scholarship by historically underrepresented groups. The Awards Selection Committee considers originality of research, significance of pedagogical or theoretical contributions to the field, and potential for larger, subsequent projects. Specifically, the Selection Committee will consider the following:
GrantWatch ID#: 192544
Ten Scholars for the Dream Travel Awards must be first-time presenters at CCCC. Up to ten additional awardees may be selected from CCCC members whose proposals have been accepted to the convention, who have presented at no more than three previous CCCC conventions, and who have not previously received a Scholars for the Dream Travel Award.
CCCC offers selected Scholars for the Dream Travel Award winners travel awards of $1,000 each and sponsors a reception for all award winners. Award winners will have the opportunity to work with career mentors who are CCCC members as part of the award.
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