In a message received from Chareane Wimbley-Gouveia (Northwest Association for Developmental Education contact), she states:
"The Kellogg Institute for the Training and Certification of Developmental Educators is the nation's premier professional development experiences for full time and adjunct faculty who work with underprepared students."
From the press release:
McGraw-Hill is proud to partner with The Kellogg Institute to provide the opportunity for two
innovative developmental educators to attend the 2012 Summer Institute (June 30-July 27,
2012) in Boone, NC. The first scholarship will be awarded to an adjunct instructor who has
demonstrated a commitment to the scholarship and best practices of developmental education.
Applicants will need to complete the accompanying forms and a 1-3 three page letter describing
how receiving the scholarship and attending the Kellogg Institute will improve the quality of
developmental education practices on his or her campus.
The second scholarship will be awarded to a full time faculty member who has demonstrated
leadership through successful participation in institution, state, or national committees, projects,
or other activities advancing the field of developmental education or learning assistance.
Preference will be given to the applicant who has made use of s technology for the purposes of
diagnosis, assessment (of students or program), remediation, or addressing other student
services need (i.e.: early alert, advising, tutoring).
The scholarships will include tuition to the Institute, room and board, and travel expenses. The
McGraw-Hill Developmental Educator Scholarship will be awarded by Hunter Boylan, Director of
the National Center for Development Education and Beth Mejia, Executive Director of
Developmental Education at McGraw-Hill, at the 2012 NADE conference during the Awards
For further details and application instructions, see
National Center for Developmental Education
ASU Box 32098, Boone, NC 28608
Phone (828) 262-3057