Early Career Award
 
Early Career Award
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2018 Recipient
          

Julie R. Posselt
University of Southern California

Dr. Julie R. Posselt has done unique, pioneering, and critically important work on questions of diversity and access to higher education. Although research in this area has increased significantly over the past decade, most of it has focused on the undergraduate level. Dr. Posselt is one of a small group of researchers turning their attention to access in graduate education and the factors that serve to increase or inhibit diversity at that level. Her contributions are already making an impact in the field. Her productivity and trajectory are particularly noteworthy because she received her doctorate only about four years ago and went straight from doctoral study to the academy.            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This award is to recognize a scholar who has conducted a distinguished program of cumulative educational research in any field of educational inquiry within the first decade following receipt of their doctoral degree.      

Past Recipients

2017 - Morgan Polikoff
2016 - Christopher Emdin
2015 - Brendesha M. Tynes
2014 - Sara Goldrick-Rab
2014 - Mary Helen Immordino-Yang
2013 - Michael N. Bastedo
2012 - Maisha T. Winn
2011 - Cynthia E. Coburn
2010 - Guofang Li
2009 - Michele Moses & Nell K. Duke
2008 - Andrew J. Martin
2007 - Jaekyung Lee
2006 - Kevin G. Welner
2005 - Amanda Datnow
2004 - Geoffrey D. Borman & Janette K. Klingner
2003 - Yong Zhao
2002 - No award presented
2001 - Stanton E.F. Wortham
2000 - Amy Stuart Wells
1999 - Peter Smagorinsky
1998 - Vanessa Siddle-Walker
1997 - Deborah Loewenberg Ball
1996 - Leona Schauble
1995 - Janet Wilde Astington
1994 - Lisa Delpit & Stephen W. Raudenbush
1993 - D. Jean Clandinin
1992 - Judith D. Singer & John B. Willett
1991 - Edward H. Haertel, Magdalene Lampert, Annemarie Palincsar
1990 - Jeannie Oakes
1989 - Kenneth Tobin
1988 - Robert Mislevy
1987 - Noreen M. Webb
1986 - Penelope L. Peterson
1985 - Robert E. Slavin
1984 - Harris M. 

 
 
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