AWARDS & GRANTS
NZARE recognises excellence in educational research through its awards and grants programmes.
The following awards are made annually at the NZARE Conference:
- McKenzie Award
- Te Tohu Pae Tawhiti Award
- NZARE Group Awards - Alternatively for a Quantitative Research Group, a Maori Research Group and a Pasifika Group
- Sutton-Smith Doctoral Award
- Rae Munro Award
- Herbison Lecture - Annual presentation by an invited speaker
Two new awards have been introduced for 2016 through the Early Childhood Education SIG being:
- Lyn Foote Award
- Judith Duncan Award
The submission date for nominations to each of these awards is 1 August of the year in which each award is made. Please go to individual award pages for further information.
NZARE GRANTS FOR SYMPOSIUM SESSIONS AT AERA, CSSE AND BERA
NZARE has arrangements with the American Educational Research Association (AERA), the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), and the British Educational Research Association (BERA) in which these organisations allocate a session at their annual conference each year for symposium presentations that represent, and are supported by, NZARE.
The main purpose of the NZARE sessions at international conferences is to showcase examples of the best of recent New Zealand research and/or scholarly work in education. The sessions also allow the presenters to establish and build international linkages to support their ongoing research programmes.
Dates for AERA = April 2017, Washington DC (applications close 1 Oct 2016)
Dates for BERA = September 2017, (applications open Dec 2016)
Dates for CSSE =
NZARE provides financial assistance of up to $3,000 to each team of presenters.
Current NZARE members are invited to submit proposals for a symposium, or, in the case of CSSE, a paper (or two linked papers), on a completed research project (or linked projects) that was carried out in New Zealand, and that is likely to be of interest to an international audience.
Under the policy, the paper must have previously been presented at the preceeding year’s NZARE conference. For those applying for 2015 conferences in Canada, UK or USA papers accepted for the 2014 AARE/NZARE conference are eligible.
Download policy on International Conference Grants
Proposals should be sent to the NZARE Council member with responsibility for international links, currently: Dr Cheryl Stevens Email: email@example.com
The closing date for submissions of full proposals (see below) for 2015 conferences is 31st August 2014. The selection process will be complete (and the applicants notified) by end of September 2014. Please note that, while all symposia/papers submitted for selection must be presented at the 2014 AARE/NZARE conference, the selection process for representing NZARE at the international conferences is now separate from the NZARE Conference paper submission process.
NZARE aims to promote robust, well-informed research debate in the area of education, in New Zealand and international contexts. Thus the views expressed by symposium presenters may differ from those of NZARE as a research organization, or those of its Council; however, NZARE expects presenters to uphold the principles and spirit of academic freedom, and the NZARE code of ethics.
STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS FOR ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Each year NZARE encourages student members to attend the annual conference by making travel grants available. To qualify for an grant you must:
- Be a paid up student member of NZARE enrolled at least half-time and in less than half-time paid employment
- Be the first author of a paper or poster that has been accepted for presentation at that conference
- Have registered for the conference and apply on the prescribed form.
» Go to Student page for further information