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Attention!!! -- Dr. Grady and Mary Roberts Writing Award Applications for 2013
Submission Deadline is June 1, 2013
The Pennsylvania College Personnel Association is pleased to announce the Grady and Mary Roberts Graduate Student Writing Award. Submissions are now being accepted for the 2013 award.
Encouragement and recognition of scholarly writing by graduate students in current issues in Student Affairs is the purpose of the award. Students in masters or doctoral programs are invited to participate.
The award is donated by Dr. Grady H. Roberts Jr., past president of PCPA, in memory of his parents. The
winner will be announced at the 2013 Annual PCPA Conference in October. The amount of the award is $1000.
Details and application materials may be found at:
here Letter to applicants regarding submission from Dr. Kenney.
here Flyer with information about the Award.
here Application form to complete with submission.
Questions regarding the process may be directed to Dr. Kelly R. Kenney at email@example.com
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