John Glenn Scholars in Service-Learning

Posted by on January 14, 2005

[posted from Service-Learning Advances]

John Glenn Scholars in Service-Learning

The John Glenn Institute at Ohio State University is awarding scholarships (25 over the next three years) to advance understanding, or adoption, of service-learning, particularly in K-12 education. The national competition involves scholars submitting a single paper focused on advancing a particular issue or area.

Selected scholars will receive a $1,000 honorarium and be recognized as John Glenn Scholars in Service-Learning. Their work will also help create "advisories" that "convey essential findings in concise form accessible to the public."

The areas of emphasis in the next round of scholarships and their deadlines are listed below:

Educational Policy and Reform – March 11, 2005
Rising Scholars – March 11, 2005

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