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MANSON A. STEWART TEACHER TRAINING AND TRAVEL AWARDS

The Classical Association of the Middle West and South sponsors two Manson A. Stewart Awards for primary-, middle-, and secondary-school teachers, as well as graduate and undergraduate students.  Recipients must be members of CAMWS.

Teacher Training Awards: Designed to provide some financial assistance to those who wish to obtain certification to teach Latin at the primary through the secondary level, whether the specific courses are needed in Latin or in Education. The award is not intended to cover all costs of the training, and the size of the award varies according to the actual costs (primarily tuition and travel), the size of the committee's budget, and the number of applications. Previous awards have been as high as $2050. To apply for a Teacher Training award, please fill out this on-line application. The deadline for applications is Friday, January 29, 2016.
 
Travel Awards: Designed primarily to assist K-12 teachers with cash awards to offset the costs of attending CAMWS meetings, including the cost of a substitute teacher. Graduate students are also eligible for these award as well as undergraduates preparing for a teaching career. The award is not intended to cover all costs of the travel, and the size of the award varies according to the actual costs the travel will entail, the size of the committee's budget, and the number of applications. Awards for travel to annual meetings have ranged from $300 to $700; for travel to the Southern Section meeting, somewhat less. To apply for a Travel Award, please fill out this on-line application.

Deadline for grant applications to attend the 2016 CAMWS meeting in Boulder, is  Friday, January 29, 2016.

For questions about these awards, please contact the chair of the Subcommmittee for the Manson Stewart Teacher Training and Travel Awards, at stewartteacher@camws.org.

The recipients of this award are announced at the annual business meeting.

Congratulations to the following recipients of Manson Stewart Teacher Training Awards for 2014-2015:

  • Ashley Allgood (Brookwood High School)
  • Devyn Haynes Keller (Hollins University)
  • Megan Rebman (Millsaps College)

Congratulations to the following recipients of Manson Stewart Travel Awards to attend CAMWS-SS 2014:

  • Laura K Hatmaker (McClean School)
  • ‚ÄčEmily Master (Princeton University)
  • Laura Brooke Rich (University of Texas at Austin)

Congratulations to the following recipients of Manson Stewart Travel Awards to attend CAMWS 2015:

  • Andrew Carroll (Regis Jesuit High School)
  • Giustina Monti (Florida State University)
  • Brian Mumper (Rutgers University)
  • Lindsay Pappas (Indiana University)
  • Daniel Poochigian (Camelot Academy of Arts, Science and Technology)
  • Wesley Joseph Wood (Miami University)

Previous Recipients

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Subcommittee on the Stewart Training and Travel Awards