ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE SSRL SIG GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD
American Educational Research Association
Studying and Self-Regulated Learning - Special Interest Group
Graduate Student Research Award
Each year, the SSRL SIG presents up to five awards of $250 to graduate students who are first authors of papers accepted for presentation at the annual AERA meeting. The awardees are included in the regular program, and honored at the SIG business meeting. As with all proposals, graduate students’ proposals should be sent to the SSRL SIG using the AERA Online Proposal Submission System at http://www.aera.net/ by July 15. Within five days of being notified by our SIG that a proposal has been accepted for presentation in our program, a student interested in applying for an award must send an e-mail to the Dr. Douglas Kauffman (firstname.lastname@example.org), chair of the Graduate Student Research Award Committee, indicating that she or he would like to be considered for the award. Dr. Kauffman will send further instructions about the application process at that time.