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Doctoral Fellowship Program

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Elizabeth Paul (EPaul)
Fri, 08 Mar 1996 15:57:23 -0800


For those of you who are pursuing a Ph.D. in art education or have
students who are, an information session on the Getty Center for
Education in the Arts' Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Program will be
held at the upcoming National Art Education Association Convention in
San Francisco. The session will be held on Sunday, March 24 from
11:00 to 11:50 a.m. in the Union Square 17/18 Room of the conference
hotel. This session is open to all interested individuals. Application
materials will be discussed and available, and ample time for questions
will be given.

The Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Program offers up to eight
fellowships each year for students in the final research and writing
stages of their dissertations. An eligible applicant must have a
dissertation proposal approved by his/her doctoral committee and must
be enrolled at an accredited university in the U.S. or Canada. The
fellowships support doctoral candidates whose proposals explore the
theory and/or practice of discipline-based art education or issues that
have significant potential to contribute to the further evolution of DBAE.
The program focuses on visual arts only.

Application deadline for the 1997 program is November 1, 1996. Awards
will be announced by April 1997.

If you cannot attend the NAEA session but would like more information
and/or an application, please send me your snail-mail address.

Thank you,

Elizabeth A. Paul
Senior Program Associate
Getty Center for Education in the Arts
401 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 950
Santa Monica, CA 90401-1455
epaul