Graduate Student Award

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The Graduate Student Award recipients in 2017 were William Zach Smith from University of South Carolina-Columbia and Laura Jakiel from Florida State University.  Award was presented by Rich Lambert.

The SIG on Survey Research in Education presents up to two monetary awards annually of $300.00 each to recognize and promote graduate students’ research interests in survey methodology. We encourage full time graduate students to submit their survey methodology-related paper proposals to our SIG through the AERA submission process. After they are accepted, they contact Dr Peter Siegel, Chair, SIG Graduate Student Award Committee, for consideration in the final selection process.
A preliminary selection of candidates is based on the results of the AERA proposal review process, and the final selection is made on the quality of the full papers.

Graduate Student Award Criteria:

1. Full-time graduate student at time of initial paper submission or presentation

2. Scheduled presenter in a SIG on Survey Research in Education session at the AERA Annual Meeting in New York

3. Member of Survey Research in Education SIG (it's not too late to join)

4. Will attend the SIG's business meeting at the conference

—Peter Siegel, Honors Award Chair

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