Graduate Student travel funds are requested via the Graduate Student Travel Fund Request form on the Graduate College website. Please note that documentation showing that the conference has accepted the presentation must be attached to the form when submitted. The form should be routed through the chair of the CLAS department and Dean of the College of Education prior to arriving in the office of The Graduate College.
The Alexander N. Charters Adult Education Grants-in-Aid Program provides funding for researchers and practitioners interested in exploring the history and practice of adult education using the Charters Library adult education collections. Up to $4,000 worth of grants-in-aid are awarded each year. The actual amount of each award will depend upon the scope of the project outlined in the applicant's proposal. The actual amount of each award will depend upon the scope of the research outlined in the applicant's proposal. Winners will be encouraged to submit copies of any scholarly output resulting from their work, for inclusion in SUrface, Syracuse University's institutional repository.
Information on deadlines and how to apply is available on their website.
The Ikeda Center for Peace, Learning, and Dialogue in Cambridge, Massachusetts has a fellowship program in humanistic education, established 2007.
As background, the Ikeda Center Education Fellows Program provides $10,000 per year for two years to support dissertation research on Soka (literally "to create value") education, an emerging field of study in humanistic education. The dissertation topic can be comparative—examining contrasts and similarities with other philosophies and practices of humanistic education—or can focus solely on Soka education.
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