The Dina Feitelson Research Award is a US$500 award established to honor the memory of Dina Feitelson by recognizing an outstanding empirical study published in English in a refereed journal. The work should report on one or more aspects of literacy acquisition, such as phonemic awareness, the alphabetic principle, bilingualism, or cross-cultural studies of beginning […]
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The Jeanne S. Chall Research Fellowship is a $6,000 grant established to encourage and support dissertation research in reading by promising scholars. The fellowship supports research in areas including stages of beginning reading, reading development, and relation of vocabulary to reading.
This $5,000 award supports research in reading and literacy. Projects should be completed within 2 years using any method or approach. Development of new programs or instructional materials is not eligible for funding except where necessary for research.
The International Reading Association will present a US $1,000 award annually to honor an outstanding doctoral student who focused their research in the reading field or who conducted related research with implications for reading.
This grant will be awarded annually to a recipient with at least three years of teaching experience who is conducting classroom research (including action research) focused on improving reading instruction and children’s reading achievement.
The Helen M. Robinson Grant is a $1,200 award given annually to assist doctoral students at the early stages of their dissertation research in the area of reading and literacy. Applicants must be Association members.