The Minority and Indigenous Graduate Student Travel Grant award (co-sponsored by the Critical Ethnic Studies and Minority Scholars Committees) will provide travel reimbursement of $500 to an advanced graduate student who is a member of the ASA and plans to attend the 2020 convention in order to present a paper related to critical ethnic and/or indigenous studies. Graduate students who have no support for convention attendance and are members of an under-represented group are particularly encouraged to apply.
The application should have two parts:
- A cover letter of no more than two pages that includes a brief autobiographical description, the title of the applicant’s paper and the session to which it belongs, and confirmation that the applicant will not receive any other financial support from his/her/their institution
- A curriculum vitae
Applications should be submitted by Monday, September 16 to Hiʻilei Hobart, chair of the Critical Ethnic Studies Committee.
Community announcements and events are services that are offered by the ASA to support the organizing efforts of critical constituency groups. They do not reflect the decisions or actions of the association’s governance bodies, the National Council or Executive Committee. Questions should be directed to the committee, caucus, or chapter that has authored and posted this notice.