• 09.29.2014—Nominations Open for TCPEA Outstanding Dissertation Award

    Description: This award recognizes an exceptional doctoral-level dissertation that expands the knowledge of educational administration at the postsecondary or K-20 levels. The award is designed to recognize outstanding research of our graduate students as well as to encourage professors and early scholars to join TCPEA. 

    Selection / Eligibility Criteria: Doctoral dissertations must be successfully defended within the previous year from the award date. For example, a dissertation award presented at the TCPEA Midwinter meeting in January 2015 must have been defended by students who graduated in December 2013, May 2014, or August 2014.

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Call for Proposals for Paper Sessions

Note: TCPEA's Call for Proposals for Paper Sessions is not related to TASA's Midwinter Conference Session Application system. To be considered to present at the TCPEA Conference within a Conference, please submit a proposal as outlined (below).

General Proposal Guidelines

Both members and non-members of TCPEA may submit proposals for consideration. Only original work that has not been previously: (a) published, (b) presented at TCPEA/TASA Midwinter Conference, and/or (c) presented at another professional meeting is eligible for consideration. If a portion of the work has been previously presented, but not published, and the new original contribution is substantial, the work is eligible for consideration, but only if the prior work is explicitly acknowledged.

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