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   Announcing Multicultural Education Review’s (MER) First Annual Emerging Scholar Writing Competition
Announcing Multicultural Education Review’s (MER) First Annual Emerging Scholar Writing Competition

Announcing Multicultural Education Review’s (MER)
First Annual Emerging Scholar Writing Competition


FIRST PRIZE
        $500 (US)
        Invitation to present at KAME (Korean Association for Multicultural Education) international conference, with up to $800 (US) travel support, plus 3 nights’ accommodation
        Recognition in MER’s Special Issue in 2016
        Publication of manuscript


EARLY FACULTY FINALIST
        $300
        Invitation to present at KAME conference, with up to $800 (US) travel support, plus 3 nights’ accommodation
        Recognition in MER’s Special Issue in 2016
        Consideration of manuscript publication


GRADUATE STUDENT FINALIST
        $300
        Invitation to present at KAME conference, with up to $800 (US) travel support, plus 3 nights’ accommodation
        Recognition in MER’s Special Issue in 2016
        Consideration of manuscript publication


CRITERIA
Work must be the author’s research on any aspect of education that incorporates a multicultural perspective. Early Faculty participants should be no more than five years out from PhD completion. Graduate Student participants should be enrolled in a graduate program at the time of submission. In the case of co-authored work, all of the co-authors should meet the eligibility of each of the two competition categories. All submitted manuscripts will undergo blind review and may be considered for publication at a later date.


SUBMISSION
Competition is open from December 15, 2015 to January 15, 2016 and all manuscripts must be submitted to Dr. Misty Kirby via email (Misty.Kirby@canberra.edu.au). Please contact Dr. Misty Kirby for more information or inquiries.


ANNOUNCEMENT
The result will be informed individually around early April 2016.


Multicultural Education Review (MER) is a peer-reviewed journal for research about diversity and equity in education. MER welcomes original contributions that explore various aspects of policy and practice in multicultural education around the world.
Yun-Kyung Cha, Editor-in-Chief.


The editors of MER are to be warmly congratulated for producing a fine international journal that regularly features the work of leading scholars in the field multicultural education. I have published in the journal three times, myself. Because I always find the journal's articles thoughtful and up to date, I recommend it anyone who is interested in multiculturalism, how schools might serve diverse populations better, and how schooling itself might support diverse democracies in an era of increased global human migrations.
Christine Sleeter, Professor Emerita, California State University-Monterey Bay & Former President, National Association for Multicultural Education






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