ACJS Student Scholarship Award

ACJS Student Scholarship Award

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31 Oct 2023
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The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences' (ACJS) Student Affairs Committee is accepting nominations for the ACJS Student Scholarship Awards. The award is to support meritorious scholarship by students (as evidenced by the paper the student will present) and to enable them to present their research at the annual meeting. The student need not have the recommendation of a faculty member in order to be considered. Self-nominations are welcome. While a nominee may submit a single paper for multiple awards, a single paper may only be the basis for one ACJS scholarship award in a given year. Two students (one at the master's level and another at the Ph.D. level) will receive funding in the amount of $600 each to apply towards travel to the annual ACJS conference.

Discipline: Applied Arts

Eligibility: The nominated paper must be authored or co-authored by students (papers cannot be co-authored with a faculty member). Self-nominations are welcome.

Academic level: Masters, Doctoral

Citizenship: U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, International

Award amount: $600

Award category: Travel

Award cycle: Annual


Contact: Dr. Veronica Herrera, Student Affairs Committee Chair California State University, Fullerton Ataylo14@uncfsu.edu Gaylene Armstrong GArmstrong@unomaha.edu

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