Awards
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Descriptions: The SIG offers various awards to recognize members’ contributions to the field through research at their various stages of scholarship development. These awards include:

Lawrence F. Locke Graduate Student Research Award. This award is given to the graduate student who is the lead author of the paper which is accepted with the highest rating score for SIG presentation at the AERA annual meeting. Each year the SIG Program Chair identifies the graduate student author as the winner, whose paper, submitted for the annual meeting presentations, has received the highest rating scores from the reviewers.

Exemplary Paper Award. This annual award is given to the author(s) of a paper published in a refereed journal during the year prior to the annual meeting. The winning paper must be specific to educational research in physical education (e.g., research, synthesis, theory, methodology), represent high level of scholarship, and hold the potential to significantly impact physical education. Each year the SIG Chair-Elect will appoint a Selection Committee and issue a call for nomination. The Selection Committee will review and evaluate nominated papers and select the winning paper.

Catherine D. Ennis Outstanding Scholar. This award is designed to recognize an outstanding scholar in the field of learning and instruction in physical education. This person’s scholarship has made a significant and consistent impact on the field for at least ten years. This award was re-named for Dr. Catherine D. Ennis in 2018. Dr. Ennis was a longtime member and contributor to SIG 93, and one of the most highly respected scholars in the field of physical education. Dr. Ennis passed away in 2017, and the SIG membership wishes to honor her legacy posthumously.

 
 
AERA SIG Scholar Lecture Award Recipients
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AERA SIG Scholar Lecture Award Recipients

Year

SIG Scholar

Affiliation

1993

Steve Silverman

University of Illinois

1994

Tom Martinek

University of North Carolina - Greensboro

1995

Catherine Ennis

University of Maryland

1996

Amelia Lee

Louisiana State University

1997

Patt Dodds

University of Massachusetts

1998

Thom McKenzie

San Diego State University

1999

Daryl Siedentop

The Ohio State University

2000

Judy Rink

University of South Carolina

2001

Inez Rovegno

University of Alabama

2002

Judy Placek

University of Massachusetts

2003

David Kirk

Loughborough University, ENG

2004

Doune Macdonald

University of Queensland, AUS

2005

Larry Locke

University of Massachusetts

2006

Mary O'Sullivan

University of Limerick, IRE

2007

Melinda Solmon

Louisiana State University

2008

Peter Hastie

Auburn University

2009

Don Hellison

University of Illinois - Chicago

2010

Mike Metzler

Georgia State University

2011

Richard Tinning

University of Queensland, AUS

2012

Tom Templin

Purdue University

2013

Ang Chen

University of North Carolina-Greensboro

2014

Pamela Kulinna

Arizona State University

2015

Phil Ward

Ohio State University

2016

Kathleen Armour

University of Birmingham, UK

2017

Hal Lawson

SUNY Albany

2018

Kim Oliver

New Mexico State University

2019

Nate McCaughtry

Wayne State University

2020

Darla Castelli

University of Texas at Austin

2021

Katie Fitzpatrick

University of Auckland

 
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