The Kathleen Tattersall New Assessment Researcher Award
How to apply?
AEA-Europe through its New Assessment Researcher Award seeks to give recognition to members who are new to the field of educational assessment and feel that through their research they have made a considerable contribution to the field.
The candidate has to provide documentation that will be evaluated by a panel consisting of Fellows of the Association.
Applications must be emailed to the AEA Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th April each year. If you have any queries, please also email these to the Secretariat who will be pleased to offer support.
Kathleen Tattersall New Assessment Researcher Award: 2023 Award Winner
AEA-Europe Poster Award
AEA–Europe encourages its membership to submit poster proposals for its Annual Conference each year. It is a very effective way for professionals engaged in assessment to present their work, having the opportunity to exchange ideas, get feedback to improve their work and develop new, shared projects together with other experts in the field.
“Winning the Poster Award filled me with pride and I was very happy that colleagues acknowledged my work. Furthermore, the prize, a visit to CITO where we could chat with colleagues about our work, get feedback and learn about all the work being carried out by CITO, was the highlight of my year.”
University of Malta Award Winner, 2015
Who is eligible for the award?
To be eligible as a New Researcher, the candidate should