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Tom E. C. Smith Early Career Award

This award recognizes exceptional early career teacher educators in the area of education for students with autism, intellectual disability, or other developmental disabilities.

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Deadline:
September 24, 2023
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Jordan Shurr

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This award recognizes exceptional early career teacher educators in the area of education for students with autism, intellectual disability, or other developmental disabilities.

Given to someone who is beginning his/her career and showing promise as a teacher educator. Individuals who finished their doctoral work less than 5 years ago are eligible. These nominees must be contributing to teacher education in a significant way.

  • Members and non-members can nominate
  • While not mandatory (except for Burton Blatt which requires at least two nominations), we highly encourage multiple nominations for each nominee
  • All nominations due by midnight on September 24, 2023
  • Award winners will be notified in mid-October and awards will be formally presented at the DADD conference in January 2024

Apply at https://queensu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_51lSqHWGbobTgCq

  • Members and non-members can nominate
  • While not mandatory (except for Burton Blatt which requires at least two nominations), we highly encourage multiple nominations for each nominee
  • All nominations due by midnight on September 24, 2023
  • Award winners will be notified in mid-October and awards will be formally presented at the DADD conference in January 2024
2023 Leslie Bross, University of North Carolina Charlotte
2022 ‚ÄčAnnemarie Horn, Old Dominion University
2021 Suzanne Kucharzyk, University of Arkansas
2019 Jenny Root, Florida State University
2018 Melissa Spence, California Lutheran University
2017 Carly Roberts, Washington State University
2016 Jordan Shurr, Central Michigan University
2015 Jason Travers, University of Kansas

 

Last Updated:  1 August, 2023

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