Tobi Jacobi, Ed Lessor, and Laura Rogers (Rhetoric/Composition scholar at the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences) were awarded a 2014 CCCC Research Initiative grant in support of their archival project, “(Re)Writing Lila: Literacy Narratives of Reform from the New York State Training School for Girls, 1920-1970.”
The Community Literacy Center received a $5000 grant from the Pharos Fund at the Bohemian Fund in support of the youth SpeakOut! Writing Workshops in 2014. They are grateful!
“Pearson is pleased to announce the Emerging Pedagogies Research and Travel Grant, open to graduate students in the fields of Composition, Rhetoric, and Business and Technical Communication and to adjunct faculty teaching Composition courses. Up to ten grants will be awarded. These $750 Research and Travel Grants are intended to defray part of the cost of attending the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), which will be held in Indianapolis from March 19 – 22, 2014.” To learn more about this grant, see http://www.pearsonhighered.com/ccccgrant/
Sue Doe and Lisa Langstraat have been awarded a CLS Faculty Development Grant for summer 2013. The grant will support their longitudinal qualitative study about post-9/11 veterans’ literacy histories and development in college and beyond.
The Community Literacy Center has been awarded a programs grant for its SpeakOut Writing Workshops (adult and youth groups) from the Erion Foundation.
Sue Doe has been awarded a grant from the Center for Research on Writing, Communication, and Technology for her proposal entitled, “A Longitudinal Study of Student Veterans and Their Literacy Practices.”