Ned H. Brown & Ted H. Maxwell Graduate Travel Award Endowment
Purpose: The Ned H. Brown & Ted H. Maxwell Graduate Travel Award Endowment is to provide travel funding for a graduate student enrolled in the Educator Preparation Program in Clemmer College.
Award Description: This award has been established by ETSU alumni Dr. Lee Brown, Class of 1984 and Mrs. Theresa Brown, Class of 1984. This award honors their fathers, Reverend Ned H. Brown, Class of 1952 and Mr. Ted H. Maxwell, Class of 1959 and is an ongoing project of the Brown and maxwell families. The purpose of this award is to provide travel funding assistance for presenting research at a national or international conference. The recipient(s) of the travel award shall be selected by the Clemmer College Educator Preparation Program Committee. The Committee shall not consider gender, race, ethnicity, or GPA in the the selection process. It must be solely on the merit of the research. The Committee shall the number of awards and the value of each, depending on the funds available but not more than $1,000/year. This fund will not be used for administrative costs.
Criteria: The Clemmer College Educator Preparation Program Committee shall consider the following criteria in awarding the stipend.
The applicant(s) must be:
1. a current graduate student in the ETSU Clemmer College Educator Preparation Program;
2. traveling to a national or international conference (no regional or local meetings);
3. presenting their research (not for attendance at the conference only).