Revised January 2013
The purpose of Sally C. Tseng's Professional Development Grant is to support program and research related activities by CALA members. Proposals must focus on program and research in library and information science for which the applicant is highly qualified and which would result in the advancement of the individuals' professional status, knowledge, and contributions to the community. Proposals will be evaluated by the criteria identified in these guidelines.
B. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL
1. The following items should be submitted to the Chair of the Sally C. Tseng Professional Development Grant Committee:
with copy to:
Sally Tseng, Ex-Officio firstname.lastname@example.org
a. The applicant(s) must submit one (1) complete set of his/her application electronically on Word and/or PDF files via email attachments.
b. Completed proposal, including
2. Proposals will not be returned to applicants.
The complete application package must be received no later than March 15, 5 p.m. Pacific time each year. Late and/or incomplete application will NOT be accepted nor reviewed.
D. FUNDING SOURCE
From Sally C. Tseng Fund donated to CALA that will be awarded to qualified applicant(s) in the amount of $1,000 annually. The grant may be suspended in the case of no qualified applicant or in the case of economic recession that impacts on the Tseng's fund that has been invested in a CALA mutual fund account.
E. FUNDING PERIOD
One year, July-June.
The Chair or Co-Chairs of the Sally C. Tseng Professional Development Grant Committee will notify the successful applicant(s) prior to the ALA Annual Conference and the recipient(s) will be announced on the CALA Newsletter and listserv. The Tseng's grant will be awarded at the CALA Awards Banquet during the ALA Annual Conference.
Successful applicant(s) is/are required to attend CALA Annual Awards Banquet when the Grant will be presented to the recipient(s) during the ALA annual conference. The Tseng’s Grant recepient(s) should submit a written report to the CALA Executive Director and Sally C. Tseng before the next ALA Annual Conference.
In case the terms of the grant are violated, the Grants will be rescinded and the recipient is required to return the fund in full amount to the Tseng’s Fund Account in CALA.
Li Fu and Lisa Zhao, “CALA Mid-West Chapter’s Archives”.
Yunshan Ye, “Building East Asian Studies Collections for College Libraries:
Theory and Practice”.
Lian Ruan and Jian Anna Xiong, “In Search of Excellence: Chinese American Librarians in the 21st Century.”
Wen Wen Zhang for CALA SCA Chapter, “Exhibitions and Symposia on Dr. Sun Yat-sen and China’s Revolution.”
Dr. Hwa-Wei Lee, “National Conference on Establishing an Asian Pacific American Collection in the Library of Congress”.
Xudong Jin, Guoqing Li, Haipeng Li, on a book entitled “Academic Libraries in the U.S. in the 21st Century, Its Theories and Practice”.
Haipeng Li, “Worked successfully with Chinese and USA officials on obtaining a sizable IMLS Grant (almost one million dollars) which was awarded by the Institutions of Museum and Library Services for CALA during 2008 to 2011”.
Liana Zhou, “Sex Education and Its History, Progress, and Struggles in the United States : Thoughts and Analysis for Today’s Chinese Sex Educators”.
Ying Xu, “Beyond Words and Into Action: Library Services for the Language Minorities”.