CAEP G.M. Dunlop Distinguished Contribution Awards
The Canadian Association for Educational Psychology (CAEP) annually sponsors the G.M. Dunlop Awards for the best Masters and Doctoral theses or equivalent scholarly work in educational psychology. The awards are intended for students who have successfully completed their degree requirements by December 31 of the previous calendar year and have not completed a previous degree at the same level in Education. For more information, please visit: http://caepacp.wordpress.com/awards/current-award-calls/
Successful applicants receive:
- an honorarium of $100 for the Master’s award and $250 for the Doctoral award
- an invitation to present their work at the CSSE conference in May
- a year’s membership in CAEP and CSSE
Either the student or the supervisor must be a CAEP member at the time of submission.
Applicants should submit:
- an extended abstract of the thesis or equivalent scholarly work (2-5 single-spaced pages)
- a 250 word abstract of the thesis or equivalent scholarly work (the winning entries will be published in the CSSE News and the CAEP Newsletter)
- a copy of the announcement of the thesis defense, or evidence that the degree has been awarded
- a current curriculum vitae, and
- a letter of support from the thesis supervisor.