Dr. Gregory Schraw Student Fellowship Award
Dr. Gregory Schraw earned a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and M.S. in Applied Statistics from the University of Utah. He taught in the learning and measurement programs at the University of Nebraska for 11 years before joining the University of Nevada Las Vegas faculty in 2000. He served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Educational Psychology, Contemporary Educational Psychology, Educational Psychologist, and Educational Psychology Review. Dr. Schraw published extensively in the areas of metacognition, situational interest, and beliefs and cognition. He authored three books and was the recipient of two distinguished teaching awards from the University of Nebraska.
The Schraw Student Fellowship Award was created in memoriam of his contributions and dedication to students. This award provides funds to undergraduate and graduate students who attend and present their research at the annual NRMERA conference. Recipients receive $250 and formal recognition at the annual conference.
The Dr. Gregory Schraw Student Fellowship Award committee is comprised of the founders of the fellowship: Fred Kuch (chair), Aaron Richmond, and Antonio Gutierrez de Blume. If you are interested in applying for this award, download and complete the application below. Then, either email it to Dr. Fred Kuch at firstname.lastname@example.org or bring a hardcopy with you to the NRMERA conference.
Dr. Gregory Schraw Fellowship Award Recipients
|Year||——||Schraw Fellowship Award Recipients|
|2021||Twila Miner – Montana State University|
Kristi Maida – University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
|2020||No Awards – Conference Cancelled due to COVID|