The Catholic Education SIG Dissertation Award recognizes outstanding achievement and contribution to the field of Catholic education. The purposes of the SIG are to support, promote, and disseminate information, research, and evaluation of Catholic education written from a diverse set of perspectives, including interdisciplinary and international issues.
2021 Award Eligibility Criteria
Dissertations must be completed and formally accepted by their committee/graduate university by December of the previous year (i.e., dissertations eligible for the 2021 award must be completed and accepted by December 15, 2020). Dissertations are eligible up to 3 years after completion [any dissertation completed between December 2017 and December 2020]. 
Application and Nomination Process
Candidates for the award should submit the following information in order to have their application be considered complete: 
1. Dissertation Abstract
2. Executive Summary of dissertation (maximum 10 double-spaced pages, not including references, APA 7th edition formatting) that succinctly addresses the purpose, research methods, findings, and implications for research and practice in and/or beyond the context of Catholic education.
3. Email notification from the dissertation chair verifying completion of the dissertation 
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