Michigan State University

Smith-Marshall Award for English Education

The Smith-Marshall Award will provide funding for up to five English education teaching interns during the 2019-2020 academic year. Qualified applicants must be enrolled in the capstone teaching internship and meet the following award criteria follow:

●      Commitment to studying and teaching in the area of English language histories, stylistics, grammars, and uses in varied communities and settings (e.g., from professions and disciplines to racial, ethnic, and/or geographic groups, and more)

●      An emerging pedagogical capacity to design high-impact student learning experiences related to English language histories, stylistics, grammars, and uses in varied communities and settings

●      Record of strong academic achievement and/or leadership in English education coursework and other relevant communities at MSU

Submission materials:

●      Up to 1,000 word statement outlining candidate’s commitment to and knowledge of English language histories, stylistics, grammars, and uses in varied communities and settings

●      Evidence of emerging pedagogical capacity to design student learning experiences related to English language histories, stylistics, grammars, and/or uses in varied communities and settings. Evidence may include sample lesson or unit plans, student work samples from your teaching, or micro-teaching demonstration with reflection.

●      The names of two faculty references who can speak to the nominee’s fittingness for the award criteria

●      Updated resume

Materials must be submitted via this google form(https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd46V217BIBFlYXunDOVJ7MxFCbAHgP0fIN2mMdZmwEpRVlQQ/viewform) by 15 April 2020. Please direct questions to Prof Emery Petchauer at petchau1@msu.ed

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