[78-L] ARSC Conference Travel Grants 2020 -- Call for Applications
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The Outreach Committee of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections
(ARSC) posts the following message.
--- ARSC CONFERENCE TRAVEL GRANTS ---
Application Deadline: December 16, 2019
The Association for Recorded Sound Collections is now accepting applications
for ARSC Conference Travel Grants to be awarded in 2020.
The grants are designed to:
-- encourage ARSC members to attend their first ARSC conference
-- reach out to college students and professionals in the early stages of
-- promote mentoring and professional development opportunities
-- advance scholarly research and publication, and
-- support ARSC members who desire to participate more actively in the
Grant recipients are awarded:
-- complimentary registration for the entire ARSC Annual Conference
-- gratis registration for the Pre-Conference Workshop
-- a free ticket to the Saturday evening Awards Banquet, and
-- reimbursement up to US$750 to defray the expenses of transportation and
lodging (upon approval of valid receipts, to be submitted after the
conference). Rental car costs for transportation within the conference city
are not reimbursable.
At the time of application, the applicant must be a member of ARSC in good
standing, planning to attend his or her first ARSC conference. The applicant
must also be one of the following:
-- a college or university student aspiring to work with sound recordings
-- a recent graduate seeking a professional position involving sound
-- a professional within the first five years of his or her career, who has
demonstrated a dedication to sound recordings
-- a discographer, collector, or other researcher showing compelling
prospects for the publication or dissemination of his or her scholarly work.
Applicants who demonstrate an interest in serving on an ARSC committee,
publishing their work in the ARSC Journal, or presenting at an ARSC
conference will be given particular consideration. Preference will be given
to applicants who plan to attend the entire conference, beginning with the
pre-conference workshop and ending with the Awards Banquet.
Each applicant must submit:
-- a Letter of Application describing the applicant's background and current
activities, clearly indicating why the applicant merits consideration for an
ARSC Conference Travel Grant
-- a Proposed Budget for travel costs
-- Itemization of any Non-ARSC Funds that the applicant may receive toward
ARSC conference attendance, such as institutional support, etc., and
-- a brief Resume or Curriculum Vitae.
Additionally, the applicant shall arrange for two Letters of Support, to be
directly submitted by the writers of those letters -- not the applicant.
Applications lacking any of the above items will be deemed incomplete and
may not be viewed favorably by the Travel Grants Committee.
Submit all items to David R. Lewis, ARSC Conference Travel Grants Committee
arsc.travel.grants at gmail.com
If you anticipate any problem with e-submission, please contact the chair at
the above address.
All applications and supporting materials must be received by December 16,
Applicants will be notified about the award decisions by January 21, 2020.
PLEASE NOTE: The 2020 ARSC Conference will take place in Montréal, Québec,
Canada. Non-Canadian grantees should check their passports. Many countries
require travelers to have passports with at least six months of remaining
validity as an entry requirement. Those who do not have a passport or who
need to renew a passport should take appropriate steps as soon as possible
to avoid last-minute rush fees.
For more information about the Travel Grants, visit:
arsc.travel.grants at gmail.com
The Association for Recorded Sound Collections is a nonprofit organization
dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings -- in all genres
of music and speech, in all formats, and from all periods. ARSC is unique in
bringing together private individuals and institutional professionals --
everyone with a serious interest in recorded sound.
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