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March 2015


Wayne Camara
Wayne.Camara@act.org
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We are only a few weeks from the AERA Annual Meeting in Chicago and many Division D members are putting finishing touches on their papers or finalizing arrangements for the many activities and events we sponsor to further our mission related to measurement and research methodology.

AERA Division D committees are extremely active during the fall and winter months when they are preparing the program, business meeting and social events, awards, and other activities to keep membership involved and informed. Many committees and their chairs devote a significant amount of time and effort immediately prior to and at the Annual Meeting. If you have not served on an AERA committee and are interested, there may still be time left to volunteer. Simply contact the incoming chairs as soon as possible and send them your resume with a quick note of interest in the appropriate committees. The list of committee chairs during 2014-15 is contained in this newsletter. Read More

(Don't neglect the archives, where we've saved Wayne's summer 2014winter 2014summer 2013winter 2013, and summer 2012 messages)

 
 
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The 2014 Division D Mini-Program is out. Check out the Meetings page for details.

Click here for a guide to graduate programs in educational measurement, courtesy of NCME.

New postings for 2014 summer internships in research methods and measurement are now available.
 
 
   
     
   
 
 
 
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Division D recognizes distinguished contributions to the field with four different awards: the Award for Significant Contribution to Educational Measurement, the Outstanding Quantitative Dissertation Award, the Robert L. Linn Distinguished Address Award, and the Early Career Award in Measurement and Research Methodology. Please click on the link above to learn more about each of these awards and how to nominate someone for each award.
 
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