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JRME Mentorship Program

We have an opportunity for SIG-RME members who are doctoral and post-doctoral scholars.

The JRME Editorial Panel is piloting a program to mentor doctoral and post-doctoral scholars in the manuscript review process. As a first step in the process, SIG RME is surveying its membership to recruit interested scholars.

We will provide additional information about the mentorship program in the future.

SIG-RME Conference Central

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Announcements / Call for Papers

  • The University of Maryland, College Park, presents the NSF-funded Quantitative Research Methods for STEM Education Scholars Program (QRM Scholars Program) Education Scholars Program (QRM Scholars Program). The program aims at building capacity in research design, measurement, and analysis for early-career researchers who focus on issues of equity and access in STEM education. The QRM Scholars Program admits up to 20 Scholars each year who will be paired with quantitative methods mentors to help develop their quantitative research skills. After an initial intensive virtual 3-day Fall Institute on fundamentals of quantitative methods (Sept. 22, 23, & Oct. 6, 2023) and an in-person 2-day Winter Institute held at the University of Maryland (Jan. 19-20, 2024; travel funding provided), Scholars will receive year-long mentorship and training through live-stream workshops and ongoing interaction  with their assigned mentor team while they are at their home institution. QRM Scholars will not only gain enhanced quantitative skills but will also develop a network with promising early-career STEM Education researchers and professional relationships with quantitative methodologists.  The priority deadline is June 12, 2023.
  • The National Academy of Education/Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is announcing Equity in Math Education Research Grants (EMERG) Program. Ten emerging scholars will be selected to participate in re-defining the field, engaging in projects that advance our theoretical and practical understandings related to equitable and ambitious mathematics experiences for all. Deadline: September, 28, 2023.
  • Travel grants are available from the Association for Women in Mathematics – deadlines: Feb 1, May 1, Oct 1 every year (click here for more information)
  • For mathematics education researchers whose work overlaps with ESL/Bilingual Education: NJTESOL-NJBE’s subcommittee to counter antiBlack racism is leading efforts to promote the work of emerging scholars. We are excited to invite Black and racially minoritized graduate students with submissions related to ESL/Bilingual education to submit to our recently reimagined Voices Annual Journal with the added benefit that, if accepted, they will also get to present their work at our heavily attended annual conference.

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