REGINA BROWN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP – 2012
2012 REVIEW COMMITTEE
Robert Harrison, NCECA Past President and Committee Chair
Suzanne Lussier, NCECA Student Director-at-Large
Joe Bova, NCECA Fellow of the Council and Excellence in Teaching honoree
This is an annual award open to NCECA Members who are full-time undergraduate students matriculated in a degree program at an accredited college, university or art institute in the U.S. at the time of the application deadline. The student must have attained the classification of at least a junior or its equivalent.
In order to be considered for a Regina Brown Undergraduate Student Fellowship, eligible persons must be a current NCECA Student Member. NCECA Membership fees are not included in any event registration. Membership is a standalone annual fee. CLICK HERE to apply or renew your membership.
HOW TO APPLY:
The following items will be needed to complete the ONLINE Application:
1. Name, City and State of School/Institution currently attending
2. Cumulative Undergraduate GPA
3. Proposed Research Project description (type or cut and paste into form.) The project must be
supportive of your goals as a ceramic artist. There are no length requirements for the proposal, but
it must clearly state your objectives, how the award will be used to fulfill those objectives, an
itemized budget and the anticipated impact the fellowship will have on your work. Awards may not be used for tuition.
4. Transcripts (official/unofficial-most current) (upload as a word doc or pdf)
5. Two (2) Letters of Recommendation (upload as a pdf.)
One from a current instructor and one from another instructor or professional ceramist.
Contact your recommenders and ask them to send the letters to you for submission as a pdf file.
6. Recommenders’ information to include: Name, Institution, phone, email and relation to student
for both of the recommenders.
7. Exactly 10 images (upload as jpg only) Required information for each image:
Title, image description, clay type, firing method, date, dimensions (H, W, D), weight,
insurance value and retail value.
NCECA is vital to the continuation of ceramics arts. Thank you for all of the effort, time and organization of this.
— 2008 Conference Attendee