Applications must include a 500-word essay addressing the prompt: Where do you see opportunities for academic libraries to dismantle structures of oppression? Please use examples of work that you have done or discuss work that you feel inspired to do.
Essays will be judged on how well they address the question posed.
Essays will also be judged on originality, creativity, structure, perspective and relevant and thoughtful examples (goals, interests, experience).
With the permission of the author, and with the discretion of the ACRL Washington Board, the essay may be published on the ACRL WA website.
After attending the conference, each scholarship recipient will be asked to write an essay reporting on their conference experience, which will be published in that fall’s ACRL-WA newsletter and/or on the Association’s website. Including photos from the conference will be encouraged, but isn’t required.
Completed applications must be received no later than 11:59pm on September 6, 2019.Friday, September 13, 2019.