Save the Date for NCARE 2021 at UNC Charlotte on March 4-5.
Williamson Presented with the NCARE Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Gary Williamson will be presented with the NCARE Lifetime Achievement Award on Friday, February 28, 2020. Williamson is a long-standing member of AERA, NCME, NCARE, the Stanford Alumni Association and the International Bluegrass Music Association. He has written, co-authored or edited over 150 papers, presentations, technical reports and other documents. He has three times received the Distinguished Paper Award from NCARE. He made his first NCARE presentation at the annual conference in 1981 and continued to participate throughout his career in multiple capacities, including NCARE member, conference presenter, NCARE Board member (1990-97; 2007-09) and NCARE president (1995).
2020 NCARE Outstanding Paper Awards
The Marvin Wyne Outstanding Student Paper was titled, “The Relationship Between Faculty Professional Development Experiences Abroad and Nurturing Intercultural Competencies Growth.” The author is David Lynn from UNC Charlotte.
The Distinguished Paper Award Winner was Dr. Jason Giersch from UNC Charlotte. His paper was titled, "Motivations to Enter Teaching: An Experiment with Non-Education Majors.” Dr. Giersch will present his paper during the SRERA session at the 2021 AERA Annual Meeting to be held virtually.
The awardees will be recognized in the 2021 NCARE program.
JAEPR Publication Opportunity
NCARE members are invited to submit manuscripts for consideration and to serve as peer reviewers. To be considered for inclusion in this special issue of JAEPR, manuscripts must be submitted online by June 30, 2020. For information regarding types of submissions and how to apply online, please see the “About” tab at: http://journals.uncc.edu/jaepr. Papers presented at the NCARE Annual Meeting will undergo peer review and are not guaranteed inclusion in the issue.
For more information please visit our Publications page.
Congratulations to the Outstanding Student Poster for NCARE 2020!
The Relationship Between Faculty Professional Development Experiences Abroad and Nurturing Intercultural Competencies Growth
University of North Carolina at Charlotte