CERCLL Research Grants
The Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language, and Literacy (CERCLL) is pleased to announce the CERCLL Research Grant Program. The purpose of this program is to promote scholarly work connected to the mission of CERCLL as a Title VI National Language Resource Center, namely to research and develop the teaching of culture, language and literacy, especially within less commonly taught languages (LCTLs).
Each recipient will record a webinar; they will be posted on this page as they become available.
These grants are supported by the University of Arizona’s Vice President for Research. The University of Arizona Research, Discovery & Innovation office provides researchers with the tools and resources that they need to be creative and to ask the important questions that lead to the important answers. They do so by enabling the research success of faculty through supporting university research centers, institutes, museums and core facilities; providing research development, compliance and safety services; and securing strategic external partnerships.
Guidelines to apply are here.
In late Spring, 2018, four projects were awarded funding in the CERCLL Faculty Research Grant competition for work to take place during the summer and Fall: Using Design-based Implementation to Study Film School for Future Scientists, Jill Castek, Department of...read more
Three projects were awarded CERCLL Faculty Research Grant funding in 2016. Click on the titles to read abstracts and view the webinars: Kamchatka, Russia: Strengthening Indigenous Youth Learning through the Use of Cultural Heritage and Language Learning...read more
Three projects were awarded funding in the CERCLL Faculty Research Grant program in 2017: Portuguese Language Program Evaluation: Implementation, Preliminary Results and Follow-up Strategies, Ana Maria Carvalho, Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Creation of...read more
Experiences and Pedagogical Possibilities of Indigenous Language Brokering In many contexts, Indigenous community members use language brokering, including interpretation and translating, to negotiate relationships, as well as institutional, political and economic...read more
Repatriation and Tribe sourcing of Yaqui Easter Films from 1972 This collaboration between the University of Arizona, Old Pascua Museum and Yaqui Culture Center is an inclusive language and cultural preservation initiative: repurposing two films from 1972...read more
A Sociolinguistic Inquiry of American Study Abroad Students in China This project aims to investigate and document the authentic language use among American study abroad students in China. Research has shown that study abroad students often lack the...read more
Kamchatka, Russia: Strengthening Indigenous Youth Learning through the Use of Cultural Heritage and Language Learning Technologies Kamchatka youth lack interest and involvement in cultural heritage, language and history, likely due to the fact that few...read more