Barry J. Zimmerman Award for Outstanding Contributions
This annual award is being established to honor mid-career and senior scholars who have made significant contributions to the fields of studying and self-regulated learning research. The focus of the award is to recognize a researcher who has developed a programmatic area of research that has made a strong theoretical, empirical and applied impact on the field. Zimmerman is among the most prolific and important figures in the fields of studying and self-regulated learning and is an AERA Fellow. He is also one of the founders of the Studying and Self-Regulated Learning SIG. This award is open to any researcher who has actively conducted research in studying and self-regulated learning for a sustained period (i.e., at least seven years) and has produced a strong record of scholarly achievement. Membership in AERA and the SSRL SIG are not criteria for this award, but we do anticipate that many of the nominations will come from the SIG and across AERA. Please see the attachment for additional information, including nomination process. Contact the Chair of this award committee (Linda Bol: firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Graduate Student Research Award
Each year, the SSRL SIG presents up to five awards to graduate students who are first authors of papers accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of AERA. The awardees are included in the regular program, and honored at the SIG business meeting. Proposals should be sent to the SSRL SIG using the AERA Online Proposal Submission System at http://www.aera.net/. If you are a graduate student who is first author on a proposal accepted for presentation in our SIG, contact the Graduate Student Research Award Committee Chair to indicate that you would like to be considered for this award. Emails should include the graduate student’s full name and the proposal submission as an attachment. The Chair may also contact eligible students to determine if they would like to be considered. You can find contact information for our SSRL SIG awards chairs, officers, and other contributors on the “About Us-Who We Are” page on our website.
Outstanding Poster Award
Each year, the SSRL SIG presents an award for the most outstanding poster presented at the poster session sponsored by the SIG. The recipient of the award will receive a plaque from AERA in recognition of the outstanding poster and will be honored at the SSRL SIG business meeting. The winning poster will also receive special designation at the poster session. Those submitting proposals to the SSRL Proposals should be sent to the SSRL SIG using the AERA Online Proposal Submission System at http://www.aera.net/. All proposals that are accepted in a poster session will be considered for this award. If your poster is selected for this award, the Chair of the Outstanding Poster Award will contact you via email to confirm your willingness to accept the award. If you have questions, contact the Chair of the Outstanding Poster Award. You can find contact information for our SSRL SIG awards chairs, officers, and other contributors on the “About Us-Who We Are” page on our website.
Graduate Student Mentoring Program
We are planning for our seventh annual Graduate Student Mentoring Program (GSMP) for the Studying and Self-Regulated Learning Special Interest Group of AERA. As part of this initiative, graduate students will have opportunities to receive mentoring from scholars who share similar research interests. The program will be held concurrently with the 2020 Annual Meeting of AREA in San Francisco. The GSMP committee will review applications and will notify applicants regarding their acceptance into the mentoring program. The call for applications, which details information about the GSMP application process and other important information can be found by clicking Call for Applications (below).