SREE EARLY CAREER AWARD

This award recognizes an early career scholar whose work has advanced rigorous research relevant to educational practice. The inaugural award will be given in March 2019.

Eligibility: In March 2019, the recipient must be within seven years of earning the doctoral degree (i.e., must have received his/her degree in 2012 or later).

2019 Selection Committee: Jim Kemple (Research Alliance for New York Schools), John Pane (RAND), Cybele Raver (New York University), Elizabeth Stuart (Johns Hopkins University), and Vivian Tseng (WT Grant Foundation)

Recognition: The winner will be recognized prior to the Hedges Lecture at the SREE Spring 2019 Meeting and will receive a $1000 award, a plaque, and an opportunity to organize a panel session at the 2020 Spring Conference. The winner will be notified by December 15, 2018.

Nominations: Both self-nominations and nominations of others will be accepted.

Nominations must include an up-to-date CV, a one-page summary of contributions written by the nominee, and a 1-2 page letter of support provided by an advisor or colleague. The summary of contributions and the letter of support together would ideally address the following domains: (1) quality of research; (2) relevance / contributions of research to educational practice; and (3) contributions to / participation in SREE. All materials should be sent to awards@sree.org in one email, with the exception of the letter of support, which can be sent separately if desired. Materials must be received by November 1, 2018.

Criteria for selection: (1) quality of research; (2) relevance / contributions of research to educational practice; and (3) contributions to / participation in SREE.

 
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