John L. McAdoo Dissertation Award
This award is a tribute honoring the scholarship and leadership of John Lewis McAdoo, who was a professor of Family and Child Ecology at Michigan State University and a founding member of the NCFR Ethnic Minorities Section. The purpose of the award is to provide support for the completion of an approved graduate research with a focus on issues related to families of color.
Award Amount: $500-1000.00.
Eligibility: Must be a doctoral student with approved research regarding families of color.
How to apply: Submit an up-to-date vita; statement of professional plans; one letter of recommendation (written by a person familiar with your academic progress); and specific topic area of research-committee approval date. Criteria for selection is based on professional goals, student status, class level, and academic achievement.
Contact Dr. Steve Gold at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.