CEE Research Initiative Deadline: August 8, 2017
Research supported by this initiative contributes to and extends CEE’s efforts to communicate what we know and believe about English education. Up to four proposals, at a maximum of $2,500 each, will be funded.
CEE Graduate Student Research Award Deadline: August 8, 2017
The award provides a maximum of $2,500 to support a specific research project conducted by a graduate student; in addition, $500 is provided to support travel to the NCTE Annual Convention to present that research.
CCCC Writing Program Certificate of Excellence Deadline: August 31
Awards up to 20 outstanding writing programs each year.
CCCC James Berlin Memorial Outstanding Dissertation Award Deadline: September 1
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.
Emeritus Assembly Scholarship Award Deadline: September 1
Eight scholarships to attend NCTE’s Annual Convention are granted each year by CEE’s Commission to Support Early Career ELA Teachers. The award—complimentary convention registration for eight recipients—is available to teachers and their emeritus CEE mentors who will be presenting in an approved session.
NCTE Research Foundation Teacher Research Grants Deadline: October 1
Applicants should be full-time classroom teachers at the time of proposal submission and for the length of the grant. Proposals are invited from teachers of children and youth at any level, birth through grade 12. Teachers in urban, suburban, and rural settings are eligible.
George Orwell and Doublespeak Award Deadline: September 15
The NCTE Public Language Awards Committee invites nominations for the 2017 George Orwell and Doublespeak awards. The Orwell Award recognizes writers who have made outstanding contributions to the critical analysis of public discourse. The Doublespeak Award is an ironic tribute to public speakers who have perpetuated language that is grossly deceptive, evasive, euphemistic, confusing, or self-centered.