E. F. Lindquist Award
E. F. Lindquist Award
 
E. F. Lindquist Award
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2021 Award Recipient 
 

Henry Braun
Boston College

Henry Braun is the Boisi Professor of Education and Public Policy in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development and the Director of the Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation and Education Policy at Boston College.  Prior to joining Boston College, he had a distinguished career at ETS.  He is internationally known for his influential contributions to empirical, theoretical, and integrative research in statistics, measurement, and public policy.  His research on the interpretability of test scores and indicators, value-added modeling, international large-scale assessments, and the impact of testing and test use on equity has advanced measurement and testing practices. In recognition of his formidable scholarship, he was elected to the National Academy of Education and was the recipient of the Robert L. Linn Memorial Lecture Award (AERA, Division D).

Named in honor of an outstanding scholar and researcher, this annual award is presented jointly by the American Educational Research Association and ACT in recognition of outstanding applied or theoretical research in the field of testing and measurement. The award is meant to acknowledge a body of research of an empirical, theoretical, or integrative nature rather than a single study. Although the research is not required to have led directly to improved educational practices, it should nevertheless be rich in suggestions for additional research that does hold such promise. Particular emphasis will be given to research that has advanced the companion goals of greater understanding and improved use of testing and measurement techniques. Awardees may include individuals conducting research in a broad array of disciplines, such as education and psychology. 

The winner of the award will be invited to give the E. F. Lindquist Award Lecture at the following Annual Meeting. An article emanating from the lecture will be considered for publications in the Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics

Before 1987, the Award recognized only outstanding research in college student development. In 1987 and subsequent years it acquired a broader scope of recognition.

Past Recipients

2020 - Randy E. Bennett
2019 - Mark R. Wilson
2018 - Charles Lewis
2017 - 
Hua-Hua Chang
2016 - Jamal Abedi
2015 - Howard Wainer
2014 - Mark D. Reckase
2013 - Eva Baker
2012 -
Edward H. Haertel
2011 - Richard J. Shavelson
2010 - Michael Kane
2009 - Wim J. van der Linden
2008 - Wendy M. Yen
2007 - Robert J. Mislevy
2006 - H.D. Hoover
2005 - Ronald K. Hambleton
2004 - Robert L. Brennan
2003 - George Madaus
2002 - Dr. William A. Mehrens
2001 - Bert F. Green, Jr.
2000 - Paul Holland
1999 - Darrel Bock
1998 - Robert Glaser
1997 - John B. Carroll
1996 - Anne Anastasi
1995 - Leonard Feldt
1994 - Samuel Messick
1993 - Robert Linn
1992 - Richard M. Jaeger
1991 - Benjamin Bloom
1990 - Melvin Novick
1989 - Robert Ebel
1988 - Frederic Lord
1987 - Robert L. Thorndike
1986 - K. Patricia Cross
1985 - Arthur Chickering
1984 - C. Robert Pace
1983 - Alexander Astin
1982 - David Reisman
1981 - William W. Turnbull
1980 - Paul Dressel
1979 - Burton Clark
1978 - Roger Heyns
1977 - T. R. McConnell
1976 - Ralph F. Berdie
1975 - William Sewell
1974 - Ralph Tyler
1973 - Theodore M. Newcomb
1972 - Wilbert J. McKeachie

 

 
 
Call for Award Nominations
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Deadline: December 1, 2021. Outstanding Book Award nominations due November 17, 2021.

 
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