2022 Conference Registration Sponsorships
2022 Conference Registration Sponsorships
Sponsored Registration

In lieu of awards in 2022, the AAPE SIG offered sponsorships for conference registration for early career professionals and graduate students. The following three SIG members were selected. 

Son T.H. Pham, Early Career Professional


Dr. Son T. H. Pham is an educational researcher and administrator. He completed his terminal degree in educational leadership at Stephen F. Austin State University. His work experience includes 15+ years in higher education and business sectors as a teacher, international project manager, and director. His research and practice interests are institutional effectiveness; systemic and ecological theory for change management in education; artificial intelligence in education and teacher preparation; educational leadership for diversity, inclusivity, and equity; curriculum and globalization for future literacy; research methodology; branding in higher education; pragmatism, phenomenology, and philosophy of technology in education.

Julie Milner, Graduate Student


Julie Milner is a candidate in the Doctor of Education Transformational Leadership program at Long Island University in New York, where she is also an adjunct professor of education. Her dissertation is focused on the cultural relevance of gifted education for the Chinese American community, and she just submitted an invited chapter to the International Anti-Discriminatory Education Handbook. She is an editor for New York University’s education journal, Voices in Urban Education (VUE), and a reviewer for this 2022 AERA Conference. Julie is interested in the Accreditation, Assessment, and Program Evaluation in Education Preparation (AAPE) SIG because as a former New York City Teaching Fellow and current professor of education, she is committed to ensuring teachers are best prepared to close the equity gaps for their most vulnerable students. Thanks to AAPE for the generous support to attend this event!

Ebenezer Kwakye, Graduate Student


Ebenezer Kwakye is an international graduate student pursuing his master’s in international development with a specialization in the evaluation of educational policies at Western Michigan University. Currently, he is a Graduate teaching assistant for the political science undergraduate program at Western Michigan University. His current research is focused on examining the relationship between academic performance and the international disability student Institutional experience.  This will be his first time attending the AERA conference, and he is excited to soon meet fellow educators and researchers.

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