The TeX Users Group makes available one Knuth Scholarship for award in 1997. The competition is open to all TeX users holding support positions that are secretarial, clerical or editorial in nature. It is therefore not intended for those with a substantial training in technical, scientific or mathematical subjects and, in particular, it is not open to anyone holding, or studying for, a degree with a major or concentration in these areas.
The award will consist of an expenses-paid trip to the 1997 TUG Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California, and to the Scholar's choice from the short courses offered in conjunction with that meeting; and TUG membership for 1997, if the Scholar is not a TUG member, or for 1998, if the Scholar is already a TUG member. A cap of $2000 has been set for the award; however, this does not include the meeting or course registration fee, which will be waived.
To enter the competition, applicants should submit to the Scholarship Committee, by the deadline specified below, the input file and final TeX output of a project that displays originality, knowledge of TeX, and good TeXnique.
The full announcement appeared in TUGboat 17 #3; it will also
be posted to *CTAN, in
tex-archive/usergrps/tug/scholar.*. A brochure with
additional information is available from the TUG office. To obtain a
copy, or to request instructions on email submission, write to the
address at the end of this announcement, or send a message by email to
firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject
The following schedule will apply (all dates are in 1997):
21 April - 2 June Judging period for submissions 9 June Notification of winner 28 July - 1 Aug 1997 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California
All applications should be submitted to the Committee in care
of the TUG office
Tex Users Group 1850 Union Street, # 1637 San Francisco CA 94123, USA Phone: +1 415 982-8449 FAX: +1 415 982-8559marked for the attention of the Knuth Scholarship Competition. Nico Poppelier
Updated Nov 4, 1996