2009 Awards Recipients
Center Researchers Receive Distinguished, Meritorious Service Awards at ACTER 2009From: National Research Center for Career and Technical Education, http://nccte.org/
Two NRCCTE researchers received awards at ACTER's recent Career and Technical Education Research and Professional Development Conference (ACTER-OTT Academy), held from Tuesday, November 17th through Thursday, November 19th, as part of the ACTE convention in Nashville, TN.
Dr. Morgan Lewis received the Distinguished Service Award and Dr. Donna Pearson, Associate Director of the NRCCTE, received the Meritorious Service Award. Award recipients are selected through a competitive nomination and review process in recognition of their contributions to the field of CTE research.
Morgan V. Lewis, recipient of ACTER's 2009 Distinguished Service Award, presented by Barry Croom (center) and announced by Steve Aragon (left).
Donna Pearson, Associate Director of the NRCCTE, receives the ACTER 2009 Meritorious Service Award, presented by Barry Croom (center) and announced by Steve Aragon (left).
Outstanding Beginning Scholar AwardCurtis R. Friedel, Ph.D.
Managing Editor, Career and Technical Education Research
School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development
Outstanding Research Symposium AwardThe Moments We Miss: Using Facial Reader Software as an Educational Research Tool
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Tiffany Drape, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Cory Epler, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Donna M. Moore, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Rick Rudd, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Outstanding Research Paper AwardContributions of Work-Based Learning in Preparing At-Risk Students for Post-High School Transition
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Sinan Gemici, University of Georgia
Jay W. Rojewski, University of Georgia
In Heok Lee, University of Georgia
Outstanding Poster AwardA Grounded Theory Description of the Integration of Science Content into Secondary Career and Technical Education Programs
Matt Spindler, SUNY, Oswego
Outstanding Poster Award, 1st Runner UpTeaching Reading Skill Development in FCS Teacher Education: A Survey of Need and Purpose
Fredrick W. Polkinghorne, Valdosta State University
Sally E. Arnett, Northern Illinois University
Outstanding Poster Award, 2nd Runner UpSchool Policy Makers’ Perceptions of Appropriate Professional Dress for Teachers
Beth Winfrey Freeburg, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Jane Workman, Southern Illinois University Carbondale