And, the 2012 winner is.....
Doctoral student, Elizabeth Shuey of the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development at Tufts University!
Elizabeth Shuey recently completed her second year as a doctoral student in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development at
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Thank you for your interest in our Annual NRCCFPP Student Competition!
Students are encouraged to enter their own original and empirical research into the NRCCFPP Student Competition, which is intended to promote interest in programmatic and policy sputions/action among emerging social scientists. The award is in the amount of $200.00 and helps to cover the registration fee of the conference, as well as travel to the conference. All submissions are reviewed by a subcommittee of the NRCCFPP Planning Committee. The winner will be announced in mid-April 2012.
When preparing their submission, students should be sure to adhere to the following guidelines:
1. Students from all levels, undergraduate and graduate, will be considered for the award.
2. Individuals making a submission must presently be a student or will graduate in the spring/summer of 2012.
3. Students should prepare a statement that is 1,000 or fewer words.
4. Students should prepare a statement that includes:
a. A statement of purpose (including a need for the study)
b. Methods of the study
c. Results of the study
d. Discussion of the implications for policy/programs and practice