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University Film and Video Association

University Film and Video Association

PO Box 1777
Edwardsville, IL 62026
Free: (866)647-8382
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:
http://www.ufva.org

UFVA Carole Fielding Student Grants (Graduate, Undergraduate/Grant)

Purpose: To support a student research project. Focus: Video; Media arts. Qualif.: Applicants must be an undergraduate or graduate student (a faculty member who is also a member of the association must sponsor the applicant). Criteria: Applicants are selected based on eligibility and merit.

Funds Avail.: No specific amount. To Apply: Applicants must submit six stapled copies of the application form as cover sheet (available at the website); a one-page description of the project; a one-page resume; a statement by the sponsoring UFVA member; and a one-page budget statement to: Professor Robert Johnson Jr., UFVA Carole Fielding Students Grants Chairman, Framingham State College, 100 State St., Framingham, MA 01701-9101. Deadline: December 15. Contact: Professor Robert Johnson, Jr.

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