Alicia Cascallar Award
The Alicia Cascallar Award for an Outstanding Paper by an Early Career Scholar has been established to honor Alicia’s professional commitment and accomplishments and to continue her practice of mentoring and encouraging promising new scholars in the area of educational measurement. The award will be given to an early career scholar for an outstanding paper presented at the Annual Meeting. A cash award of $1,000, a commemorative plaque, and a waiver of NCME conference fees for the following year will be provided as partial support for an early career member of NCME to travel to the annual meeting. The award will be presented at the NCME Annual Meeting.
Call for Nominations
To be eligible for the award, one must have presented a paper at one of the three most recent NCME meetings in a paper session or as part of a symposium or panel discussion. The nominee must be an early career scholar, having received his/her doctoral degree within 5 years of the annual meeting in which the award would be given. The nominee must also be a member of NCME or must become a member by the time the award is presented.
Full details about award nominations, including self-nomination, and answers to frequently asked questions can be found to the right.
Nominations should be submitted by e-mail by September 15, 2017.
2005 Sandip Sinharay
2006 Tim Moses
2007 Christina Wikstrom
2008 Jianbin Fu
2009 Deping Li, Chien-Ming Cheng, and Yanlin Jiang
2010 Longjuan Liang
2011 No Recipient
2012 Kyung T. Han
2013 Chun Wang
2014 Yoon Soo Park
2015 Peter Baldwin
2016 Okan Bulut
2017 Qewei He
This committee is responsible for all steps associated with the selection and recognition of the recipient of the Alicia Cascallar Award for An Outstanding Paper by an Early Career Scholar.
Eduardo Cascallar, Permanent Member
Melinda Taylor, Chair
Brian Patterson, Chair-Elect
Thai Ong, Student Member
Donations to the fund may be made payable to The Alicia Cascallar Memorial Fund/PACF.
The Alicia Cascallar Memorial Fund/PACF
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