Travel Grants 2007

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FUNDING OPPORTUNITY:

SALRC has a limited number of travel grants available to advanced graduate students and non-tenured faculty in South Asian languages whose papers are accepted for presentation at the following upcoming conferences:

2008 Annual Meeting of the National Council of Less Commonly
Taught Languages (NCOLCTL), Madison, WI, April 24-27,
http://www.councilnet.org/conf/conf2008/2008-announce.htm

2008 The Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium
(CALICO) with The International Association for Language
Learning Technology (IALLT) Conference, San Francisco,
California, March 18-22, https://www.calico.org/conference/

Priority will be given to those who have not received SALRC conference support in the previous 12 months. The SALRC asks that applicants first attempt to receive funding from their home institution before applying for a SALRC grant. Faculty from institutions that do not have a South Asia Title VI Center are especially encouraged to apply. Faculty at South Asia NRC institutions are expected to get support from their home institution. Travel grant requests must be received by SALRC by 4 February 2008.

SALRC will consider those applicants whose papers complement our center’s mission of forwarding the teaching of South Asian
languages and developing the pedagogical skills and tools to do so. For further information on the SALRC’s mission and priorities, visit our website at http://salrc.uchicago.edu

Requests to SALRC for support should be accompanied by the proposal abstract that you submitted for the conference, the conference’s acceptance letter, and your proposed budget. Please apply to us via e-mail at salrc@uchicago.edu