Rising Scholar Award
Deadline for entries: June 1, 2017
American Journalism, the academic journal of the American Journalism Historians Association, seeks applications for its Rising Scholar Award. The award will be presented at the AJHA annual convention in Oklahoma City.
The award is intended to provide research assistance of up to $2,000 for a junior faculty member who has not yet achieved tenure. Media professionals who have transitioned within the last four years to full-time work in the academy also are eligible to apply.
The proposed research project must be related to media history. All methodological approaches are welcomed. Funding may be used for travel to work with archival collections, copying/digitization expenses for archival material, or to pay a research assistant. Funds may not be used for faculty salary, travel to attend conferences, equipment, or software. Funding may not be requested to reimburse expenses incurred prior to this award.
For the proposal selected, a 2- to 3-page report is due to AJHA by Aug. 1, 2018 describing work accomplished and presentations/publications planned or accomplished.
Send proposals via email to Jinx Broussard.
Candi Carter Olson received the 2016 Rising Scholar Award. Read about her recognition.
2016 - Candi Carter Olson, Utah State