SHC Awards

The Southern Humanities Council is also pleased to offer travel support to first- and second-time attendees, as well as to graduate students.  Please indicate whether or not you would like your proposal to be considered for the following awards:

 

The Kathryn M. Reynolds “Welcome Award” offers a travel stipend to the person with the best proposed paper who is a first- or second-time visitor to the Southern Humanities Conference.  The $300 award will be presented at the plenary session of the conference.  The award is given in loving memory of Kathy Reynolds, sister of SHC Board Member Steven Specht.

 

The Bennie D Ussery Memorial Graduate Student Award offers a travel stipend of up to $300 to the best proposed paper from a graduate student(s) who attends the Southern Humanities Conference.  The award may be granted to one student, split between two students, or awarded to a team of student artists, musicians, or performers who apply together.  The award will be presented at the plenary session of the conference.  The award is given in memory of Bennie D Ussery, grandfather of SHC Board Member Gilbert Jones.

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