CAEP Robbie Case Memorial Award
The Canadian Association for Educational Psychology (CAEP) seeks nominations for its Robbie Case Memorial Award. Starting in 2003, this award will be made biennially to recognize individuals who have made major contributions to Educational Psychology in Canada. Nominations must be made by at least two members of CAEP from different institutions. Criteria for the award are excellence of work in educational psychology as evidenced in publication, exemplary practice, or other contributions and considerable influence on the profession.
The Award consists of a framed certificate, a news release and publicity, an invitation to address CAEP members at the annual conference, registration at CSSE for the conference presentation, and a one-year membership in CSSE/CAEP. The award will be presented at the CAEP/ACP annual meeting.
Nominators should submit:
- A letter of recommendation from the nominators,
- the nominee’s current curriculum vitae, and
- letters of support. Two supporting letters from persons who are able to attest to the outstanding nature of the nominee’s contributions are welcome. Individuals who submit letters of support need not be members of CAEP.