Applications for the 2013 Page and Johnson Legacy Scholar/Educator Awards will be accepted in the Fall of 2013.
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Legacy Scholar Grant
The Page Center will award grants to support scholars and professionals making important contributions to knowledge, practice or public understanding of ethics and resposibility in public communication or other principles of Arthur W. Page.
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|Terms of the Awards|
Page and Johnson Legacy Scholar awards are firm-fixed price grants that are disbursed to the scholars’ institutions in two or more (depending on the size of the grants) installments -- the first after the contract is signed and the last after receipt and approval of the final report. The awards, unless otherwids noted, are for one year. Awards to non-academics are disbursed to the individual applicants in two or more (depending on the size of the grant) installments.
Special Terms of the Awards for Teaching Modules
Page/Johnson Legacy Educator awards are firm-fixed price grants that are disbursed to the scholars' institutions in two installments - the first after the contract is signed and the last after receipt and approval of the teaching module. The project period must end by and the module submitted to the Center by June 6, 2012 unless the Center is informed and approves of special circumstances. Awards to non-academics are disbursed to the individual applicants in two installments.
The Center expects all Page/Johnson Legacy Educators to permit the publication of their teaching module on the Center's website, with full access granted to the public.
Any other dissemination of the work should clearly acknowledge the support of the Arthur W. Page Center at the Penn State College of Communications, and copies should be forwarded to the Center.