On Thursday, April 7 (the evening before the opening day of the 2011 AERA meeting) and Friday, April 8 (the opening morning of the AERA meeting), a group of historians of education will hold a mentoring seminar for graduate students and junior faculty members.
On Thursday evening, a panel discussion on academic publishing will feature editors of prominent venues for our field:
• James Anderson, editor of History of Education Quarterly
• Gary Natriello, editor of Teachers College Record
• Burke Gerstenschlager, acquisitions editor, Palgrave
On Friday morning participants will engage in roundtable discussions that will address topics such as job searches, tenure, teaching, research, and personal well-being.
All graduate students and junior faculty members who are members of AERA Division F are invited to apply. Priority will be given to graduate students who have completed their coursework, and to junior faculty or independent scholars within 4 years of degree completion. AERA will reimburse attendees for Thursday night’s lodging, and will provide dinner on Thursday and breakfast on Friday.
TO APPLY, send the following information to email@example.com by January 15, 2011
University / College
Preferred Mailing Address
Status (check one)
Other (please specify)
Are you a member of Division F?
Have you ever attended the Division F mentoring seminar? If so, when? And what was your status then (graduate student, junior faculty member)?
Include a one- or two-paragraph summary of your research interests, your progress in your graduate program or on your career path, and what you hope to gain from the seminar.
Send application by January 15, 2011
by mail to: Margaret A. Nash, Graduate School of Education, 1207 Sproul Hall, University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA 92521.
OR by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions? Contact AERA Division F Graduate Student Representatives Jess Clawson (email@example.com), Nashwa Salem (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Mentoring Seminar Organizer Margaret Nash (email@example.com).
Margaret A. Nash
Graduate School of Education
1207 Sproul Hall
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521
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