Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award
Due Date: 02-25-2019
The College English Association (CEA) invites graduate students who will be presenting papers at the annual conference to submit their work for consideration for the CEA Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award. The deadline is 25 February. Here’s what you need to know:
- You must be a graduate student, currently enrolled in a graduate program.
- Send your completed conference paper electronically to the chair of the Graduate Student Development Committee at GSCommitteeCEA@gmail.comby 25 February. Please do not send drafts, abstracts, etc. You must send your completed, presentation-ready paper. Note: You must send the paper you will be presenting. Article-length essays that you plan on editing for presentation later are not acceptable and will be disqualified. Please remember that all presentations at CEA are limited to fifteen minutes, which would consist of about 8–10 pages of text (double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman). When you send your paper, please indicate the program in which you are currently a student.
- You must physically present your paper at the conference. People who do not present at the conference the same paper submitted prior to the conference will be disqualified. Papers will be read in advance of the conference by members of the CEA board; these readers will then hear and see the papers delivered at the conference. Thus the written version of the paper and the presentation itself are both factors in the awarding of the prize. All questions should also be directed to GSCommitteeCEA@gmail.com.