Awards

Awards

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NARST 2023 Outstanding Doctoral Research Award (ODRA) Full Nomination - First Call

NARST 2023 Outstanding Doctoral Research Award (ODRA) Full Nomination - First Call

Deadline July 31: The Outstanding Doctoral Research Award (ODRA) is the highest award that NARST bestows on a dissertation judged by colleagues on the Selection Committee to have the greatest significance in the field of science education research from among all dissertations nominated for the award that year.  The ODRA Committee is now soliciting nominations for the 2023 award.

NARST 2023 Distinguished Contributions to Research Award (DCRA) - First Call

NARST 2023 Distinguished Contributions to Research Award (DCRA) - First Call

Deadline July 31: This Award recognizes and rewards individuals who have made significant contributions to science education through exemplary, high quality research. It is the highest recognition that NARST bestows upon its members. Contributions may be of several types including, but not limited to, empirical, philosophical or historical research, evaluative studies, policy-related research, and studies reflecting new research approaches.

2020 Distinguished Contributions to Science Education through Research Awards

2020 Distinguished Contributions to Science Education through Research Awards

Dr. Yehudit Judy Dori and Dr. Saouma B. BouJaoude were selected to receive the NARST 2020 Distinguished Contributions to Science Education through Research Award (DCRA). This honor recognizes their professional accomplishments as the most significant among other researchers nominated for the DCRA this year.

NARST 2023 Early Career Research Award (ECRA) Full Nomination - First Call

NARST 2023 Early Career Research Award (ECRA) Full Nomination - First Call

Deadline July 31: The NARST Early Career Research Award (ECRA) acknowledges contributions to science education through research by individuals during the seven years immediately following receipt of the doctoral degree. Research contributions may vary, including but not limited to, empirical, philosophical, historical research, critical perspectives, evaluative studies, policy-related research, and studies reflecting new research techniques.