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Call for Nominations

2023 Division G Awards

 

 

Dear Division G Colleagues:

I am pleased to announce the call for the 2023 AERA Division G Awards. Listed below are the 2022 award winners and a summary for each of the five awards. The deadline for receiving nominations for the various awards is on or before January 15, 2023.  Given Division G’s focus on the social context of education, we especially want to recognize and honor Division G colleagues whose work captures this theme. We honor nominations for outstanding candidates and encourage you to consider those scholars who reflect and represent the nominating areas’ criteria.  Please, feel free to share this nomination with others.  We encourage your submissions as soon as you are able to gather the necessary materials to complete the file.  Self-nominations are not accepted for these awards. All nominees should be active members of Division G.

Please, send the file with the subject “Division G Award Nomination” to Division G’s Secretary, Dr. Jennifer Keys Adair (jenniferadair@utexas.edu).  

Any general questions regarding the awards or nomination process should be directed to the Division G Secretary.   

Best regards,

Jerome E. Morris

Vice President, Division G

 
 
2022 EARLY CAREER AWARD
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Royel Johnson

 
 
2022 DISSERTAION AWARD
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Aja Reynolds

Aja Reynolds

 
 
2022 MENTORING AWARD
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Bic Ngo

 
 
2022 EARLY CAREER AWARD
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Sophia Rodriguez

Sophia Rodriguez

 
 
2022 DISSERTATION AWARD
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Sharim Hannegan-Martinez, Ph.D638006899205832199

Sharim Hannegan-Martinez

 
 
2022 HENRY TRUEBA AWARD
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Joanne Larson

 
 
AWARDS AND NOMINATION INFORMATION
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Distinguished Dissertation Award

This award recognizes a dissertation of exemplary conceptual, methodological and rhetorical quality on an important topic that addresses social contexts of education. Nominees must be members of AERA and must have been awarded the Ph.D. or Ed.D. between May 1, 2013 and November 30, 2023 to be eligible for nomination.

  • Nomination Materials – Nominations must include electronic copies of the following:
  • A one-page letter and overview from a member of the dissertation committee that can be sent separately from the other materials as an email attachment;
  • A title sheet showing the dissertation title, awarding institution, members of the dissertation committee, date of completion of the degree, and nominee’s current contact information; and
  • A summary of the dissertation written in APA style not exceeding 7500 words in 12 point font, exclusive of title page, references, and appendices and without author identification.

Early Career Award

This award recognizes an individual in the early stages of her or his career no later than 10 years after receipt of the doctoral degree. The awardee’s research must focus on the social contexts of education.

  • Nomination Materials – Nominations must include electronic copies of the following:
  • A letter of nomination explaining why this nominee is qualified to be recognized as having an exemplar early career record of research in this area;
  • The nominee’s most recent curriculum vitae;
  • Two representative scholarly publications by the nominee; and
  • Two letters of support from individuals familiar with the nominee’s work and qualified to speak on his or her behalf in this area.

Distinguished Contributions to Social Contexts in Education Research – Lifetime Achievement Award

This award recognizes a senior scholar (or group*) who has made distinguished contributions to the systematic examination of the role of social context in education.

  • Nomination Materials – Nominations must include electronic copies of the following:
  • A cover letter listing the applicable professional achievements of the candidate and stating the reasons that he or she is uniquely qualified to receive the award;
  • A copy of the candidate’s most recent curriculum vita;
  • A representative publication of journal or book chapter length; and
  • Although not required, additional letters of support are welcome. 

Henry T. Trueba Award for Research Leading to the Transformation of the Social Contexts of Education

This award recognizes a scholar (or group*) who has made distinguished contributions leading to the transformation of the social contexts of education, broadly defined.

  • Nomination materials must include electronic copies of the following:
  • A letter of nomination explaining why this nominee is qualified to be recognized as contributing to the transformation of the social contexts of education;
  • The nominee’s most recent curriculum vitae;
  • Two representative scholarly publications by the nominee relevant to this award; and
  • Two letters of support from individuals familiar with the nominee’s work who can provide evidence of how the nominee has contributed to transforming the contexts under which children, youth, or adults either learn and/or teach.

Mentoring Award

This award recognizes a scholar (or group*) who has made distinguished contributions in the mentoring of students, undergraduate and Ph.D. students, as well as junior scholars, contributing to the development of a new generation of scholars who focus on social contexts of education.

Nomination materials must include electronic copies of the following:

  • A cover letter describing the research contributions in this area and the reasons he or she is uniquely qualified to receive the award
  • A copy of the candidate’s most recent curriculum vita.
  • A maximum of two letters of support from former mentees

Note on group nominations: Nominations of groups are welcome for the Henry Trueba Award, the Distinguished Contributions to Social Contexts in Education Research – Lifetime Achievement, and the Mentoring Award. If the nominees belong to a center, group, lab, etc., the nomination could be made in the name of the group. Otherwise, individuals in the collaborative group could be nominated, but the requirement is that the people or units get nominated for a program of scholarship (not for a few loosely linked papers) that speaks to the spirit of the award. The nomination letter should clearly explain the rationale.

 
 
Prior Division G Awardees
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Distinguished Dissertation Award
 
2022    Aja Reynolds & Sharim
2021    Cierra Presberry
2020    Phillip A. Smith
2019   Laura Chávez-Moreno
2018   Natalie Davis
2017   Eve Louise Ewing
2016   Shameka N. Powell
2015   Derron Wallace
2014   Ee-Seul Yoon
2013   Enid Rosario-Ramos
2012   Yeon Sun (Ellie) Ro
2011   Amna Latif
2010   Ebony O. McGee
2009   Curtis Brewer
2008   Anthony L. Brown & David E. Kirkland
2007   Menthia P. Clark
2006   Tryphenia Peele-Eady
2005   Stephanie Jones & K. Wayne Yang
2004   Lilia D. Monzo
2003   Rowhea Medhat Elmesky
     
Early Career Award
2022    Royel Johnson & Sophia Rodriguez
2021    Limarys Craballo & Adai Tefera
2020    Juan F. Carrillo
2019   Edward Brockenbrough
2018   Nichole Joseph & Rita Kohli
2017   Subini Ancy Annamma
2016   David E. Kirkland
2015   Django Paris
2014   Thomas M. Philip
2013   Sherick Hughes
2012   H. Samy Alim
2011   Anthony L. Brown & Thandeka K. Chapman
2010   Shaun R. Harper
2009   Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy
2008   Guofang Li
2007   Zeus Leonardo
2006   Na’ilah Suad Nasir
     
Distinguished Contributions to Social Contexts in Education Research - Lifetime Achievement Award
2022    ---
2021    ---
2020    Ofelia García
2019   George W. Noblit
2018   Sarah Michaels
2017   Carol D. Lee
2016   Richard Ruiz
2015   William Tate
2014   Kris D. Gutiérrez
2013   Ray McDermott
2012   David W. Johnson
2011   Pauline Lipman
2010   Jean Anyon
2009   Etta Ruth Hollins& Frederick Erickson
2008   Hugh "Bud" Mehan
2007   Henry Levin & Vera John Steiner
2006   Sonia Nieto
     
Henry T. Trueba Award for Research Leading to the Transformation of the Social Contexts of Education
2022    Joanne Larson
2021    Uma Jayakumar
2020    Angela Valenzuela
2019   Pauline Lipman
2018   Collective - Edmund "Ted" Hamann, Victor Aurelio Zuñiga Gonzalez, & Juan Sánchez García
2017   Maria E. Franquiz
2016   Cynthia B. Dillard
2015   Erica Meiners
2014   Kris D. Gutiérrez
2013   Individual - Martha Montero-Sieburth
Collective - Diversity in Mathematics Education (DiME): University of Wisconsin at Madison; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Los Angeles. Project PIs: Thomas P. Carpenter, Megan L. Franke, & Alan H. Schoenfeld
2012   Guadalupe Valdés
2011   Tom L. Humphries
2010   Norma González
2009   Angela Calabrese Barton
     
Mentoring Award 
2022    Bic Ngo
2021    Cinthia Salinas
2020    Luis Urrieta
2019   Rachel Endo & Dorinda J. Carter Andrews 
2018   Kakali Bhattacharya & Tyrone Howard
2017   George W. Noblit
2016   Na’ilah Suad Nasir
2015   Marjorie Orellana
2014   Alfredo J. Artiles & David M. Bloome
2013   Joseph Tobin
2012   (no award given)
2011   Carl Grant & Maria Torres-Guzman
2010   María Fránquiz
2009   (no award given)
2008   Jabari Mahiri & Kenneth G. Tobin
2007   Eugene E. Garcia
2006     Judith Green

 

 
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