2016 Mailer Teacher Writing Award July 22 Deadline
It’s time for YOU to do the writing! Middle and high school teachers are invited to submit their works of creative nonfiction. Learn about entrance requirements and submit your entry by visiting the NCTE website. One winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize. Results will be announced in September 2016.
Donald H. Graves Writing Award July 29 Deadline
This award annually recognizes teachers in grades K–6 who, through the teaching of writing, demonstrate an understanding of student improvement in writing.
CCCC Lavender Rhetorics Award for Excellence in Queer Scholarship August 1 Deadline
Presented annually to three works (one book, one article, and one dissertation) published within the past two years that best make queer interventions into the study of composition and rhetoric.
Early Literacy Educator of the Year August 1 Deadline
The NCTE Early Childhood Education Assembly invites nominations for the Early Literacy Educator of the Year Award. This award recognizes one master teacher and one teacher educator focusing on language and literacy development in early childhood.
CEE Research Initiative Grants August 8 Deadline
CEE Graduate Student Research Award August 8 Deadline
The Conference on English Education (CEE) invites proposals for research projects that will advance the mission of the organization as articulated through our various position statements and sponsored publications. The CEE Research Initiative will fund up to four proposals at a maximum of $2,500 each. Download the 2016–2017 CEE Research Initiative Call.
CEE is pleased to announce the establishment of the CEE Graduate Student Research Award. This award seeks to support graduate student research that advances the work of CEE as articulated through the organization's position statements and sponsored publications.
CEE National Technology Leadership Award August 15 Deadline
This award provides an opportunity to present at the annual Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education (SITE) international conference. All NCTE members, especially CEE members, are encouraged to nominate themselves or a colleague whose accepted 2016 NCTE Annual Convention proposal demonstrates cutting-edge and generative methods of integrating newer technologies into teacher education courses or workshops. In addition to teacher education faculty and graduate students, PreK–12 teachers may also be nominated. Visit the call for nomination for complete details.
CCCC Writing Program Certificate of Excellence August 31 Deadline
This award program, established in 2004, honors up to 20 writing programs a year. As a term, programs is intended to be capacious in its application. For a list of programs that are eligible, visit the website.
CCCC James Berlin Memorial Outstanding Dissertation Award September 1 Deadline
Honors a graduate whose dissertation improves the educational process in composition studies or adds to the field's body of knowledge through research or scholarly inquiry.
CCCC Emergent Research/er Awards September 1 Deadline
CCCC is pleased to announce a new grant program, the Emergent Research/er Awards. These awards are intended to invest in our organization's members by rewarding and supporting one or more of the following:
- Early-stage research
- Early-career researchers
- Writing faculty/instructors who have not had an opportunity to engage in funded research
- Writing faculty/instructors who do not have support for research within their institutions
Only those researchers who have not received previous funding from CCCC for research are eligible to apply for these awards. In addition to research funding (up to $10,000 per project), the Emergent Research/er Awards also provide research support.
2016–2017 CCCC Research Initiative September 1 Deadline
CCCC invites you to apply for the 2016–2017 Research Initiative, which is in its thirteenth year! CCCC plans to fund proposals of up to $10,000 each. For a full description of the guidelines and format requirements, please visit the program website.
Barksdale-Turner Scholarship in African American/Black Literature September 15 Deadline
This $1,000 scholarship is intended to support the continued education of a Black student who is an English major with a demonstrated interest in African American/Black literature. The student must plan to teach.
CEE James Moffett Award September 19 Deadline
The James Moffett Memorial Award is a grant (usually $1,000) offered by CEE, in conjunction with the National Writing Project, to support teacher research projects that further the spirit and scholarship of James Moffett.