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NSEE Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship

NSEE Commitment to Diversity

The National Society for Experiential Education to committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in its membership and program offerings.  Our vision is to expand the perspectives shared and voices heard throughout our growing profession. We wish to improve access to premier professional development and increase the involvement of diverse experiential educators in NSEE’s committees, initiatives, and leadership opportunities.

NSEE Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship

The NSEE Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship includes one year of membership, one complimentary conference registration with a $500 stipend to support travel to the NSEE conference. 

Who is Eligible? Individuals who:

  • are from groups currently underrepresented within NSEE, including, but not limited to: African-American/Black, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, LGBTQ+, Veterans, People with disabilities.
    AND
  • currently working in the field of experiential education.
  • have not attended the NSEE National Conference in the last 3 years. 

What does the Scholarship provide?

Other Information:

  • Recipient must submit receipts for reimbursement within 1 week after the conference.
  • Recipient is required to submit a short article (no more than 300 words) about their conference experience for the NSEE Newsletter.

Deadline to Apply: Sunday, March 1, 2020
The NSEE Awards Committee will make the selections and notify recipients. Submit a Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship application here.

 

2019 Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship Winners
   Christy Quiogue                Jennifer Erilus
      Christy Quiogue                              Jennifer Erilus
San Diego State University           Bristol Community College
 Read Christy's Bio here               Read Jennifer's Bio here

2018 Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship Winners
   Shelia Moses               Theresa Harrison
        Shelia Moses                             Theresa Harrison
The University of Memphis     University of of South Carolina  

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