Announcing the SREE Early Career Award
The SREE Board is pleased to announce the Society is offering a new award—the SREE Early Career Award. This award recognizes an early career scholar whose work has advanced rigorous research relevant to educational practice. Nominations for the inaugural award will be accepted from September 1-November 1, 2018; the honoree will be recognized at the SREE Spring 2019 Conference. All SREE members are encouraged to nominate deserving candidates! To learn more about the award, visit the nomination page.
Tensions and Tradeoffs: Responding to Diverse Demands for Evidence
SREE Spring 2019 Conference, March 6-9, Washington, D.C.
Get your abstracts ready and mark your calendars! The SREE Spring 2019 Conference will take place March 6-9, 2019, in Washington, DC. The conference offers an unmatched opportunity for you to present your research to the causal education research community, get valuable feedback, make connections, and learn about the latest research in the field. Submissions related to the theme, Tensions and Tradeoffs: Responding to Diverse Demands for Evidence, are encouraged but not required. The deadline to submit an abstract is October 1, 2018.
The program committee for the Spring 2019 conference includes Joy Lesnick (Co-Chair), School District of Philadelphia; Beth Tipton (Co-Chair), Northwestern University; Brooks Bowden, North Carolina State University, Alex Eble, Teachers College-Columbia University; Mimi Engel, University of Colorado; Jessica Heppen; American Institutes for Research, Nathan Jones, Boston University; Luke Miratrix, Harvard University; Mike Weiss, MDRC; and David S. Yeager, University of Texas at Austin.
If you missed the invitation from the 2019 Program Co-Chairs, Joy Lesnick and Beth Tipton, you can read it here.
Hiring or Seeking a Job? Take Advantage of the SREE Career Board!
As the end of summer and vacation season ends and the academic year gets underway, hiring and job searches heat up. Whether you are on the hiring or seeking side of the equation, SREE's Career Board is an excellent tool for you to use. Listings are kept current, all are related to educational research or methods, and it is easy to post and navigate. SREE is pleased to offer this service to the educational research community at no cost.
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