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Project Working Title:
Please include the Project Working Title in your Unsigned Essay. Do not include any personal identifying information in the text of your essay, as the evaluation of the applications is blind. Failure to comply could result in disqualification.
I agree that, if I am the recipient of a 2020 CHNY Scholar’s Grant, and as a condition of my acceptance of the grant, I will provide a report of my finding to Culinary Historians of New York in one of the following forms, to be mutually agreed upon.
(1) I will present an hour-long program based upon the project to Culinary Historians of New York during its 2021–2022 program year. I will receive no compensation beyond the initial grant for the program and will bear any necessary expenses for travel in connection with the program. Culinary Historians of New York will determine the date of the program in its sole discretion after consultation with me, and will use its best efforts to schedule the program on a mutually convenient date; or
(2) I will submit an article for publication in the 2021 edition of New York FoodStory: The Journal of the Culinary Historians of New York. The length of the article will be determined in consultation with the editor of New York FoodStory, and Culinary Historians of New York is under no obligation to publish the article should it be deemed inappropriate for the journal; or
(3) I will participate in another event appropriate to my grant research and in agreement with Culinary Historians of New York.
In the event that I am the recipient of the grant, Culinary Historians of New York has my permission to use my name, my winning essay, and my photograph, including photos taken at the presentation, to promote the Scholar’s Grant.
By applying for the Scholar’s Grant, I agree that Culinary Historians of New York assumes no financial obligation to any person, institution, or creditor of the recipient. Culinary Historians of New York reserves the right to demand a refund of the Scholar’s Grant if the recipient fails to conduct the project for which the grant was awarded or fails to present a program to Culinary Historians of New York based on the funded research.
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