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Files within these file libraries below have been submitted by faculty members as reference materials for you.

If you have another idea for a different library, or want to submit a resource, contact Donna Dodd, ddodd@acsp.org.

 

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External Resources

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To be included on this list of resources, each of the companies/organizations below has had a faculty member of ACSP recommend its inclusion. If you have a resource that would add value to this list, email ddodd@acsp.org.

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  • Land Economics Foundation - grants are available. The Land Economics Foundation (LEF) of Lambda Alpha International (LAI) is seeking proposals that advance the field of land economics from qualified individuals, publications, non-profit organizations, or institutions. LEF is a not-for-profit charitable foundation created in 1965 to administer a grant-making investment fund on behalf of the membership of Lambda Alpha, the honorary society for the promotion of land economics. Typical grant amounts range from $5,000 to $25,000, with preference given to projects with multiple funding sources that can leverage the LEF grant. LEF accepts research and related educational proposals on a continual basis and meets regularly to review these proposals. Visit LEF’s website for more information: http://lai-lef.org/news/research-grants-available-apa/
  • CALL FOR PROPOSALS: AACSRE Emerging Fellows Program
    The Academic Advisory Council for Signage Research and Education (AACSRE), through its Emerging Fellows program, will provide research support for projects related to the societal benefits of on-premise signs.  The research support is intended to stimulate and extend research projects by scholars from public and private universities in the United States who have demonstrated promise and/or success in conducting research related to signage. The scope of proposals may vary widely across disciplines and methodologies.  Topics may include, but are not limited to:

    • Scholarship of legal issues related to signs and wayfinding
    • Creative activity related to the design of new signs or the reuse of existing signs
    • Engineering studies related to signs and traffic safety and mobility
    • Economic analysis related to the value of signs
    • Marketing or other business research on the value of a brand or logo as depicted on a sign

    Fellowships of up to $10,000 per year will be awarded to support the development and dissemination of signage research.  Funds may also be used for the acquisition of technology to support research.  AACSRE may issue 1-3 fellowships per year.  Fellows of this program will hold this title for two years. 

    Full Emerging Fellows Application Details Here

    Applications and/or questions should be directed to Patty Herbin at patty@aacsre.org or telephone 336-260-3197.
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