Two Steering Committee members won national awards related to research at the National Art Education Association convention this week: Dr. Elizabeth Garber delivered the Studies in Art Education Lecture and Dr. Kerry Freedman received the Lowenfeld Award.
AERI requests white papers on any research topic for consideration to be posted on our website. Selected papers will be published with open access to international education research communities. Please submit proposals no longer than 12 pages including references to email@example.com. If you have questions, please write directly to Dr. Kerry Freedman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have had a request to accept masters degree student proposals for the pecha kucha session. Last year, we only offered that session to doctoral students. However, as a result of the request, we will consider masters student proposals as well this year.
Another one of our AERI Steering Committee members, Elizabeth Garber, has won a national award. Elizabeth's work on cultural issues and problems in art education has been visionary. Congratulations Elizabeth on recieving the national USSEA Ziegfeld Award!