The International Mind, Brain and Education Society (www.imbes.org) is pleased to announce the call for nominations for three achievement awards in the field of Mind, Brain and Education.
The Society will recognize the achievements of individuals and organizations through three awards: 1. The Mind, Brain and Education Early Career Award; 2. The Mind, Brain and Education Translation Award; 3. The Award for Exemplifying the Mission of the International Mind, Brain and Education Society. Each of these awards is described in detail below. The submission deadline for these awards is June 1, 2018. The selected nominee for each of the awards will receive a $2,000 stipend. Award recipients will be recognized at the 2018 IMBES Conference, held September 27-29 in Los Angeles, USA.
All nominations must be submitted electronically to: IMBESAwards2018@gmail.com
IMBES Early Career Award:
This award is designed to recognize early career scholars who have made significant, original research contributions to the field of Mind, Brain, and Education. Nominees who earned their doctorate in or after 2008 are eligible. Materials to complete nomination (no self-nominations will be accepted):
IMBES Translation Award:
This award is designed to recognize senior scholars who have made significant progress towards strengthening the links between research and practice in Mind, Brain, and Education. Nominees’ work can target translation of research into practice in traditional/formal or in non-traditional/informal contexts. (For example, the work can target formal learning environments such as schools and colleges, informal learning environments such as museums, community centers and rehabilitation programs, or science media intended for the broader public.) Materials to complete nomination (no self-nominations will be accepted):
Exemplifying the IMBES Mission Award:
Recognizes Pre K-12 educators, institutions or programs demonstrating success in establishing, building and supporting infrastructure that enhances collaboration between themselves and MBE researchers for the purpose of improving educational knowledge and practice. We seek to honor the creators of infrastructure that models how productive collaboration can unfold in the field of Mind, Brain and Education. Materials to complete the nomination (no self nominations will be accepted):