Carrie Woodburn Johnson Endowment Grants
The Carrie Woodburn Johnson Endowment was established by the late Mrs. Johnson Tweedy in 1987-88 with the sum of $250,000. Dr. Les Cochran, The Provost, began to place $100,000 aside each year to build the endowment, with the goal of reaching one million dollars. Provosts Charles Kupchella and Jane Stephens finished the project in 2009. Since then the endowment has been used to award individual grants to faculty and staff at Southeast Missouri State University.
The Carrie Woodburn Johnson Endowment Grant program is facilitated through the Acquisitions Unit. The Johnson Endowment Grant program awards grants to student groups, faculty, and staff at Southeast Missouri State University for the purpose of purchasing materials to enhance Kent Library's collection. Requested materials can be electronic, print, or physical materials. They must be able to be acquired through a one-time purchase as materials with recurring costs cannot be purchased with the grants.
University recognized student groups are invited to apply for two, one-time grants of $1,500 each from the Johnson Endowment to be awarded in the fall semester of each academic year. Student groups must fill out the application below and provide a list of materials requested by November 1 of each year. Groups are encouraged to work with a Kent Library Faculty Librarian to create their list of materials. Their faculty/staff sponsor and kent Library Librarian must sign off on the application for it to be considered.
Announcement of Winners will be made by December 1. Materials will be purchased with the intent that they are ready for use by the start of the following spring semester.
[Subject Area Librarians]
Deadline: Friday, Novermber 1, 2019 at 5 pm
Award Maximum: $1,500
Faculty and Staff
Faculty and staff are invited to apply for one-time grants of up to $3,000 from the Johnson Endowment each spring semester. Applicants must fill out the application below and supply a list of materials to be purchased with the grant money. We encourage applicants to work with Kent Library Faculty Librarians in Creating their list of materials. Aplications must be signed off on by Department chairs and Deans or Supervisor depending on the applicant.
Announcement of winners will be made by the end of the spring semester. Materials will be purchased with the intent that they be ready for use by the start of the fall semester.
Deadline: Friday, April 27, 2020 at 5 pm
Award Maximum: $3,000
For questions about the johnson Endowment Grant program please contact Randyn Heisserer-Miller, Acquisitions Coordinator by email email@example.com or phone (573-651-2073).
Past Grant Recipients
Kris Baranovic - CSTL
David Cameron - History and Anthropology
Brittany Colbert - Kent Library
Martha Cook - Communication Disorders
David Cunningham - Chemistry and Physics
Emily Denlinger - Art and Design
Roxanne Dunn - Kent Library
Ruben Gerding - Theater and Dance
Stephanie Hallam - Kent Library
Carl Hess - Kent Library
Karie Hollerbach - Mass Media
Dennis Kinkead - Southeast Online
Vicky McAlister - History and Anthropology
Joshua Newth - Art and Design
Bradly Philips - Art and Design
Hannah Sanders - Art and Design
Karl Suhr - Kent Library
Bart Williams - Theatre and Dance
Pat Willingham - Kent Library