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This brief application must be prepared by the applicant on his or her own behalf. You will be asked to provide the following information:

  • Length of time you have been employed at your current institution
  • Institution demographics: Carnegie class, student FTE, and EDUCAUSE membership status
  • Indication of financial need for professional development
  • Information about Ryland Fellowships you may have received in the past, if applicable
  • Your first and second choices of eligible events for the coming year (Fellowships support attendance at one event.)
  • Personal statements showing the value and potential impact of the Fellowship
  • A statement of support from a senior administrator at your institution

Women submitting grant applications to the Jane N. Ryland Fellowship Program will be considered for the Diane Balestri Memorial Scholarship.

Application process is now closed.

Notifications of awards are expected to be made in early November.

Questions? Contact EDUCAUSE Member Services at 303-449-4430 or info@educause.edu.

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