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John Schmitt Award

 

Award Criteria

Purpose and Eligibility

This award is presented for outstanding research at the graduate level.  To be eligible, the candidate must be an individual presenting at the Annual Conference who is currently enrolled in an advanced degree program, OR who is presenting a paper based upon a thesis or dissertation that was completed during his or her graduate study in the past year. Candidates must have initiated, developed, and completed a research paper in education or an allied field.

Application Procedure

There is no formal application form. Applicants should submit the following by February 1, 2022.

  • a copy of the completed research paper (25-page maximum)

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • a letter of support from the advisor or a colleague familiar with the applicant’s research

To nominate a paper, submit the following materials to neero.conference@gmail.com.

Deadline

The deadline for the 2022 conference is February 1, 2022

 

Award Recipients

2021-2000

2021

Lori Ann  Dunn

Boston College

2020

Kathryn Welby

Merrimack College

2019

Nicole Hersey

University of Rhode Island

2018

Deepa Sryia Vasudevan

Havard Graduate School University

2017

Steven Netcoh

University of Vermont

2016

Emilie Clucas

Endicott College

2015

Adam Moore

University of Rhode Island

2014

Meghan Hubacz

Boston College

2013

Kelly Swindlehurst

University of Vermont

2012

Elaine Mangiante

University of Rhode Island

2011

Cynthia Dean

University of  Maine

2010

Elaine Ward

University of Massachusetts, Boston

2009

Monique Jacobs

Johnson & Wales University

2008

Randall Lahann & Emilie Mitescu

Boston College

2007

Erin McCloskey

University of Albany

2006

Janet Smith

Boston College

2005

Cinzia Pica

University of Massachusetts

2004

Lara Ramsey

Harvard Graduate School of Education

2003

Alan Amtzis

Boston College

2002

Mary T. Vetere

Slippery Rock University

2001

Amy Seldin

Boston College