Ah Ra Cho (Senior Rep, 2016-2017)firstname.lastname@example.orgUniversity of North Texas
Karley Riffe (Junior Rep, 2016-2018)email@example.comUniversity of Georgia
Meseret Hailu (Member-at-Large, 2016-2017)firstname.lastname@example.orgUniversity of Denver
Laura Parson (Ex-Officio Member, 2016-2017)email@example.comUniversity of Louisville
If you are a registered Division J student and supplied your email address to AERA, you will receive informative emails through our e-mail list (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you are not registered but would like to receive these emails, please email one of the Graduate Student Representatives.
Conversations with Scholars (CwS) is a mini-workshop series led by prominent higher education scholars that is intended to cover relevant research and professional development-related topics in higher education. The programs are presented using Google Hangout technology to provide an environment wherein graduate students and scholars can engage each other to learn more about the proposed topic. Examples of workshop topics include: intersectionality in higher education, the use of quasi-experimental methods, and critical theory. If you have any suggestions for topics or scholars you’d like to see, let us know.
#DivJChat is an initiative meant to foster conversation about a hot-topic in higher education amongst the Division J community. #DivJChat leverages Twitter’s open and engaging platform and insights from renowned scholars who are invited as guest facilitators to provide access and visibility to important conversations that are influencing higher education. Have an idea for #DivJChat? Share it with us!
Mentoring Match is an academic and professional networking initiative among graduate student members of Division J (Postsecondary Education) attending the AERA Annual Meeting. This peer-to-peer networking initiative is intended to connect fellow graduate students during the AERA Annual Meeting and forge long-term scholarly connections in higher education beyond AERA. Make sure to sign up to be a mentor or mentee at the Annual Meeting.
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Applications for the 2017 AERA Division J Graduate Student Travel Grant are now available.
The Travel Grant provides 11 graduate students with a $300 stipend (with one stipend earmarked for an international graduate student).
The application deadline is January 4, 2017 and winners will be announced on March 1, 2017.
To view the application instructions and requirements and apply, view http://www.aera.net/Division-J/Professional-Development-Opportunities
Information and a link to the application for the 2017 AERA Division J Emerging Scholars Workshop are available on http://www.aera.net/Division-J/Professional-Development-Opportunities
Tips for a Successful Conference Proposal Review
Presented by Judy Marquez Kiyama, July 27, 2016
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