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CALL FOR ANNUAL CONFERENCE TRAVEL AWARDS

Society for Photographic Education South Central Chapter   /   Deadline: 02/22/19

SPESC is seeking applications for 2019 Travel Awards. The money is awarded to help offset annual conference travel expenses.

Eligibility

STUDENT QUALIFICATIONS: SPESC seeks current student members (at the undergraduate or graduate level) of our SPE chapter who can articulately demonstrate their interest in attending the conference. Preference is given to students who provide examples of extra-curricular activities within a photography program, SPE, or other relevant group or activity. Members who received the award within the last 2 years are not eligible.

CONTINGENT FACULTY and REGULAR MEMBER QUALIFICATIONS: Any SPE member who is currently in the South Central chapter may apply. Preference will be given to those who can articulately demonstrate their interest in attending the conference and who have a history of involvement with SPE. Members who received the grant within the last 2 years are not eligible.

Requirements

Members must complete all information on the Google Form Application located at: https://goo.gl/forms/Fz6nKug8Za4euUQf1
Upload 5 images directly to the Google Form.
You must be a current SPE member to qualify for the Travel Awards.

Considerations

Travel Award winners will be notified of their status by February 25th and awarded funds at the SPE Annual Conference in Cleveland, OH. Checks will be presented at the business meeting during the conference. Winners must register for the conference and arrange travel and accommodations themselves. The award is contingent on attending the conference.

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E: southcentral@spenational.org

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