The Coalition for Diversity in Language & Culture (CDLC) provides competitive fellowships for which research groups including at least one tenured, tenure track, or clinical faculty may apply. Research groups are encouraged to include graduate students. A major purpose of these Fellowships is to support those engaged in research, grant writing and project implementation activities that fulfill the CDLC mission.
Review our list of previous grant recipients.
The CDLC has supported professional development for educators to support English learners and their families. Most recently, the CDLC has partnered with Project EnACTeD. Visit the EnACTeD website for more information.
Professional development programs, workshops, webinars
- NCELA Webinars
- NC DPI ESL Webinars
- SchoolsMovingUp EL Webinars
- UNCG ESL Programs
- ELC/SES/TEHE 770: Community Engaged Research and Practice – Spring 2013 graduate course at UNCG
- National TESOL
- Carolina TESOL
- TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference
- TESOL for ALL Summer Symposium