March 4, 2014
Incoming full-time students who will attend Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC) this fall are encouraged to enter a creative writing contest that begins March 4.
The winner of the Robert G. Traylor scholarship will receive $1,000 good toward tuition at IUPUC for the 2014-15 fall semester.
To be eligible, contestants must:
“Contestants can enter their creative writing in genres and formats such as fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, short story, and novel excerpt, among others,” explains Dr. Katherine Wills, associate professor of English and coordinator of IUPUC’s English program.
Contest entries will be considered by a panel of judges including Sherry Traylor, an IUPUC graduate and owner of Traylor Online Writing Services (payawriter.com). Traylor established the scholarship in 2013 in honor of her late father.
Complete contest guidelines, due dates, and other information can be found at iupuc.edu/donor-scholarships or by contacting Vicki Kruse, senior administrative secretary, at email@example.com or 812.348.7393.