SOGIE Scholarship Award FAQs
Are APM proposals of any type eligible for consideration?
Yes, your scholarly paper can be associated with any type of accepted Annual Program Meeting presentation format (e.g., discussion group, panel, interactive poster, oral presentation, Faculty Development Institute, partnership presentation).
Can I submit a paper that was not accepted for presentation at APM this year?
No. Only scholarly papers based on presentations at the Annual Program Meeting that fit the purpose of this award will be considered.
I am presenting a paper at APM that has already been published in a journal. Is it eligible for the award?
Yes, it is. Previously published papers/manuscripts will be considered.
If I was awarded the SOGIE Scholarship Award in the past, am I eligible to apply for it again?
Papers authored by any recipients of the SOGIE (previously known as SOGE) Scholarship Award within the last 3 years will not be considered for the award.
To be considered for the award, does my paper have to be based on the proposal that was accepted at APM?
Yes, it does.
Is there a page limit for the paper?
My paper on LGBT issues was accepted, but it was not submitted to the LGBT Track. Is it eligible for the award?
Yes, it is. Any accepted paper on LGBT issues, regardless of its Track assignment, is eligible for the award.
To whom do I submit the paper?
Papers are to be submitted using the Online Submittable Form.
What should I submit to be considered for the award?
The application consists of two parts:
a copy of your scholarly paper as a Word document with all identifying information removed, and
a separate title page showing the name, credentials, affiliation, and e-mail addresses of all authors and identifying the corresponding author.
Click here for the full submission criteria.
When is the deadline for submitting papers?
The 2024 award cycle has ends on Thursday April 4, 2024.
When will the award be presented?
The recipient(s) will be recognized and awarded at the LGBTQ+ Caucus/CSOGIE Reception at the Annual Program Meeting. At least one author of the paper must agree to attend the award presentation.
When will the winner be notified about the award?
Winners will be notified in late spring. Biographical information and photos of the winners will appear on the CSWE website and may be included in the Annual Program Meeting Final Program, if space permits.
Who are the reviewers for the award?
Will you consider a paper that does not address LGBT issues?
No; the purpose of the SOGIE Scholarship Award is to recognize scholarship that addresses LGBT issues and contributions made in this area.