LCLE Fellowships

Established by: the faculty, staff, and alumni of Language Education.

Description: The number, amount, and recipient(s) of the fellowship(s) will be determined by the Fellowships committee of the Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Department of the School of Education. It is the intent of the Donors that the Fellowship Fund be used for student financial aid and to benefit the Language Education Department.

Eligibility: Graduate student with financial need in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education

Selection Process: Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Faculty Committee

Established by: The faculty, staff, and alumni of Language Education in honor of Professor Leo C. Fay and his wife, Jean. (Leo Fay, an international leader in language education, played a key role in founding the Reading Education and later the Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Department and was Department Chair for nearly three decades. Leo and Jean Fay mentored, advised and guided generations of Language Education students.)

Description: The number, amount, and recipient(s) of the Fellowship will be determined by Fellowships Committee of the Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Department of the School of Education. It is the intent of the Donors that the Fellowship Fund be used for graduate student financial aid and to benefit the Language Education Department.

Eligibility: Full-time graduate student in the Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education who has an outstanding record and promise for success in teaching and research.

Selection Process: Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Faculty Committee

Established by: The School of Education, Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Department, in honor of faculty member, Jerome C. Harste.

Description: The number, amount, and recipient(s) of the Fellowship will be determined by the Fellowships Committee of the Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Department. It is the intent of the Donors that the recipient be a graduate student in the Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Department who is interested in expanding the current notions of literacy beyond what has been the mainstream focus of literacy education. This could be done through media (art, music, drama, television, technology, or dance) or interdisciplinary studies.

Eligibility: Awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Literacy, Culture, and Language Education department who is interested in expanding the current notions of literacy beyond what has been the mainstream focus of literacy education- may be done through media or interdisciplinary studies.

Selection Process: Literacy, Culture, and Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Fellowships Committee

Established by: Marie Alice Peart, MS '31 in Elementary Education, and Gilbert Peart, Ed. D. '61.

Description: The amount of the fellowships shall be determined by the Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, Bloomington campus, on an annual basis.

One (1) fellowship shall be awarded each year to a graduate student who is enrolled at the Bloomington Campus of Indiana University and who is majoring in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education. The amount and recipient of the Fellowship will be determined by the Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Fellowships Committee. The graduate point average of each recipient shall be at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale).

Eligibility: Graduate student on the Bloomington campus majoring in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Selection Process: Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Fellowships Committee

Established by: The faculty, staff, and alumni of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education

Description: This fellowship is to be awarded to a doctoral student with a strong academic record who is enrolled as a full-time student in the Indiana University School of Education, core campus, majoring in the field of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education with a focus on children or young adult literature in any culture.

Eligibility: Graduate student in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education

Selection Process: Literacy, Culture, and Language Education Fellowships Committee

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