Outstanding Scholarship in Multilingual and Transnational Education
Martha Allexsaht-Snider, in whose tribute the award is named, is an Emerita Professor of Elementary Education at the University of Georgia. She has led efforts to support international and multilingual emerging scholars throughout her lengthy career. As a longstanding member of the Society of Professors of Education, she has received The Wisniewski Award for Teacher Education along with her colleagues at the University of Georgia in 2016. Dr. Allexsaht-Snider is an internationally recognized scholar, who spearheaded several scholarly and community projects to study and support emergent bilingual K-12 students and international graduate students through family and community engagement. She has contributed to educational research in Colombia, Mexico, Turkey, and the US as well as through collaborations with the European Research Network About Parents in Education.
Eligibility to Apply:
This award is given to doctoral students for outstanding achievements in promoting multilingual and transnational education.
This award is given to doctoral students for outstanding achievements in promoting multilingual and transnational education. Applications should be organized with the following components: CV, a 1-page cover letter addressing the qualifications of the applicant, and a letter of support from a doctoral committee member.
Submit your application materials as a single PDF file to committee chair Tricia Kress (email@example.com) no later than February 1, 2023.
MARTHA ALLEXSAHT-SNIDER AWARD
Chair: Tricia Kress firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Chen, University of Saskatchewan, 2022