CRLA has a long history of recognizing those that contribute significantly to the field and the organization. The following are opportunities to nominate individuals deserving of such recognition, as well as a list of those honored in the past.
Eligible work is defined as 'participation in an intensive workshop such as the Winter Institute, National College Learning Center Association (NCLCA) Summer Institute, and Kellogg Institute' or 'pursuing graduate study or conducting research in a field of interest to the members of CRLA.' Up to five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded in this category.
Complete and email the linked nomination form by September 1 to email@example.comCRLA Professional Development, Graduate Study, and Research Scholarship Application
The Grad Student Reg Fee Award seeks to recognize two (2) graduate students who best exemplify the mission of CRLA—providing a forum for the interchange of ideas to improve student learning and facilitate the professional growth of its members. Understanding that graduate students provide energy and vitality to the organization, CRLA would like to acknowledge their contribution and commitment to leadership at the post-secondary level.
Graduate students who will present at CRLA are encouraged to apply for the Grad Student Reg Fee Award, which will be applied to the recipient's graduate student registration fee for the upcoming CRLA Conference. Special consideration will be made to graduate students studying at institutions located near the current conference venue.
Application Materials: To apply for this award, send a letter (2-page maximum) addressed to CRLA Awards Chair Jenny Theriault (firstname.lastname@example.org) that describes the applicant’s field of study and professional development goals as well as the name and description of the applicant’s CRLA conference presentation. Include a brief CV along with a letter of recommendation from your direct report or graduate advisor, confirming your graduate student status. Applications are due by September 1. Winners will be announced prior to the upcoming CRLA Conference.Mail Application
unded by Cengage Learning's Peer to Peer Faculty Development & Consulting group, TeamUP, this award goes to a CRLA member teaching reading at a community college who seeks professional development through participation in the annual CRLA conference. A $500 Cengage Learning Travel Award is given annually.
This award recognizes a member of the Association who exemplifies teaching and learning as a lifelong journey. Recipients of this high honor are professionals who provide their students with a clear model of enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and compassionate teaching and who encourage their students to persevere and achieve interdependence. The recipient receives a $100 honorarium and a plaque.
This prestigious award recognizes a current CRLA member with at least ten years of membership in CRLA with service at the state/regional level or international level. Self-nominations and nominations by colleagues are encouraged.
Complete and email the linked nomination form by September 1 to the current CRLA PresidentRobert Griffin Award Nomination
This award, offered together by CRLA and the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS), honors CRLA members who use CAS standards to self-assess their learning assistance or developmental education programs. The center or program receives a plaque from CRLA and CAS.
Complete and email the linked nomination form by September 1st to email@example.com.CRLA and CAS Ted K. Miller Award Nomination
This grant, offered together by JCRL and Taylor & Francis Publishing, will award money to be used to support research that falls within JCRL's scope: developmental education, postsecondary literacy instruction, and learning assistance at the postsecondary level.
Apply by email, following the linked guidelines. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.Taylor & Francis JCRL Research Grant