Leanne Ketterlin-Geller, Southern Methodist University
Travel scholarships are available for doctoral students from underrepresented minoritized groups. If you’ve been accepted to present a paper at the 2020 NCME Annual Meeting, apply now for a travel scholarships. The priority deadline is February 1, 2020.
The Committee on Diversity Issues in Testing (CODIT) is proud to award up to seven (7) travel scholarships of up to $1,500 each for doctoral students from underrepresented minoritized groups to present papers at the 2020 NCME Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. Applicants must be NCME members who are presenting authors of a paper accepted for presentation and are African American, Latino/a, and/or Native American. Eligible applicants should fill out and submit the application available on the committee’s website and on the graduate students section of the website.
Please submit your completed application, acceptance notification indicating that you are a presenting author, and the original proposal to Dr. Leanne Ketterlin Geller, Chair of the NCME CODIT, at email@example.com. Applications received on or before February 1, 2020 will receive priority; however, applications will be reviewed until all funds are allocated or April 1, 2020.