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Harro Van Brummelen Memorial Scholarship

History and Purpose

For the rising scholar- The Harro Van Brummelen Memorial Scholarship was established [WHEN] to honour Harro Van Brummelen’s memory, his scholarship, and his support for the ICCTE organization and community by providing financial support for an emerging young Christian scholar.  


The funds from this scholarship allow the recipient to attend the ICCTE conference, where the young scholar will also have the opportunity to present. Additionally, the award provides the scholar with the opportunity to apply for publication in the ICCTE Journal.

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Application Guiding Criteria
  1. Literature: conversant with and critical analysis of the literature in the field of study. There needs to be some effort to link project material to ICCTE purposes and Conference Themes

  2. Methodology: If a research report, the application provides suitable reasons for adopting the particular method(s)

  3. Creativity/Contribution: In its conceptualization and execution, proposal demonstrates a commendable degree of creativity and rigor in integrating and applying research, theory, and practice. The project makes a contribution to education – for example, in its aims, approaches, insights, outcomes, and implications.

  4. Argument: The proposal offers a coherent, consistent and generally persuasive argument throughout, with a breadth and depth appropriate to the subject matter under consideration

  5. Standard of writing: The proposal is written in a clear, coherent and cogent manner, at a standard expected at the applicant’s stage of their scholarly journey. It is appropriately formatted and substantially free from stylistic errors, following APA format.

  6. Independence of work: The applicant has been a primary contributor to all stages of the project: its conceptualization, implementation, and writing.

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Application Submission Resources

If it would be helpful to talk with a member of the review team or previous awardees, feel free to contact any of these members:

2018 Awardee Sean Schat [INSERT EMAIL] 


Application Submission Process
  1. Complete Scholarship Application: if the link to the form does not work go here:

  2. Complete and Submit Conference Proposal- be sure to note that you are also applying for the HVB Scholarship.

  3. Submit one to three letters of support from colleagues or supervisors via email to the ICCTE Board at

  4. ICCTE 2024 HVB Awardee Selection [January, 2024]

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Thank you for submitting your application!


OUR HVB Awardees

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