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Brown Bag Lunch Virtual Meet-Up for Early Career Scholars

 

Mark your calendar for the next virtual meet-up on March 29, 1 - 2 pm ET (10 - 11 am PT) to build community and discuss the definition, roles, trials, and celebrations of this stage in our work. Please email Erin Riley-Lepo or Clarissa Deverel-Rico if you would like to attend.

Seeking New Graduate Student and Early Career Scholar Representatives and to Join the Leadership Team
 

Graduate Student Representatives

The role of a graduate student representative is to (a) bring forward the views and perspectives of graduate students to the leadership team, (b) contribute to graduate student engagement efforts, and (c) assist with SIG communications and outreach. The term of expected service is 2 years—one year as a junior representative and one year as a senior representative, providing mentorship to the new junior representative. The leadership team meets virtually for approximately an hour once a month. In accordance with our bylaws, the graduate student representative will be appointed by an ad hoc selection committee.

All Classroom Assessment SIG graduate students are encouraged to apply. To apply, please send the following materials to Carla Evans, Classroom Assessment SIG Chair for 2024-2025, by March 8, 2024:

  1. A 1-page cover letter detailing your interest in the SIG and your commitments to the classroom assessment research community
  2. Your curriculum vitae 
  3. A letter of support from a faculty advisor or Classroom Assessment SIG member
Early Career Scholar Representative

The role of an early career scholar representative is to (a) spur collaborations among classroom assessment scholars to build a shared purpose around classroom assessment research and practice; (b) curate resources for scholars to launch research initiatives in their roles post-graduation; and (c) identify and activate networks of scholars within and outside of AERA doing work around classroom assessment.

The term of expected service for both roles is 2 years—one year as a junior representative and one year as a senior representative, providing mentorship to the new junior representative. The leadership team meets virtually for approximately an hour once a month. Following our bylaws, the early career scholar representative will be appointed by an ad hoc selection committee. 

All Classroom Assessment SIG early career scholars are encouraged to apply. To apply, please send the following materials to Carla Evans, Classroom Assessment SIG Chair for 2024-2025, by March 8, 2024

  1. A 1-page cover letter detailing your interest in the SIG and your commitments to the classroom assessment research community
  2. Your curriculum vitae 

The new graduate student and early career scholar representatives will be announced at the Classroom Assessment SIG Business Meeting, on Sunday, April 14 from 4:55-6:25pm in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Level 100, Room 115C.