Measurement & Research Methodology
Message from Division VP

February 2016

Kadriye Ercikan

The annual meeting in Washington DC is less than six weeks away. Our program committee has been working hard and has organized a very interesting conference program.  You can find some highlights of the program in this Newsletter. In this note I am providing a report on some of the AERA activities and highlights of the upcoming annual conference.

The annual meeting is not only a great setting for disseminating our own research, it also provides opportunities to learn from others’ research and engage in discussions with colleagues from different perspectives in other Divisions and SIGs.  Remember to take the opportunity to combine academic engagements at the AERA annual meeting with the networking opportunities provided by the three social receptions and the Luncheon and Business meeting.  This year, our receptions will be hosted by our International and Mentoring Committees. We will also have our joint reception with NCME. Please check this Newsletter and the official program for details. 

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(Don't neglect the archives, where we've saved the VP's summer 2015winter 2015summer 2014winter 2014summer 2013winter 2013, and summer 2012 messages)

Key Initiatives
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The 2015 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 2015 summer internships in research methods and measurement are now available.
All Awards

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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