Marjorie Montague Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research
The International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities (IARLD) announces our award for outstanding doctoral level research in the field of learning disabilities. The award recognizes research that contributes in a significant way to our understanding of learning disabilities.
This Award provides:
(1) A travel stipend of up to US$1000 (with discretion to increase depending on the circumstances of the recipient)
(2) Free registration for the Annual IARLD Conference (in the year that the Award is given)
(3) One-year membership to the IARLD
Applications for the award must be received by March 13th, 2017. The recipient will be selected by the review committee and notified by April 24th, 2017.
The competition is open to individuals who have completed a dissertation and received their doctoral degree within two years prior to the application deadline.
Each applicant must submit an application including:
One copy of an abstract, not to exceed more than 150 words
One copy of a manuscript, not to exceed 35 pages, outlining and summarizing the research, using APA guidelines
Manuscripts submitted for this competition may already have been submitted/accepted for publication. If submitted or accepted, appropriate references and acknowledgments must be provided.
Email application to:
Ian Hay, Ph.D.