Fellowship for Ph.D. or Ed.D. Students in Assessment Design, Large-Scale Evaluations, Measurement, Psychometrics and Statistical Analyses by The American Educational Research Association and Educational Testing Service, Washington, 2012
Scholarship Program: AERA-ETS Fellowship Program in Measurement and Education Research
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Fellowship is for U.S. citizen only.
Employer: The American Educational Research Association (AERA) and Educational Testing Service (ETS) is announcing a fellowship program.
Level of study: Fellowship program is for Ph.D. or Ed.D. degrees studies program.
Subject(s): Fellowship in the field of Assessment design, Large-scale evaluations, Measurement, Psychometrics and Statistical analyses.
Duration: Fellowship Program duration is not mention.
Number of awards: Up to two fellows will be selected for this rotational research position at ETS’s.
Am I eligible? Candidates must have completed their Ph.D. or Ed.D. degrees within three years of beginning the fellowship. A primary aim of this fellowship is to increase the involvement of women and minority groups who are traditionally underrepresented in the fields of research that the fellowship covers.
How do I apply? Students can apply for this fellowship program through electronically.
What does it cover? Fellows will receive a $55,000 annual salary, relocation expenses, and ETS employee benefits.
Scholarship Description: The American Educational Research Association (AERA) and Educational Testing Service (ETS) announce the AERA-ETS Fellowship Program in Measurement and Education Research. This fellowship is designed to provide learning opportunities and practical experience to recent doctoral degree recipients and to early career research scientists in education research areas directed toward explaining student progress and achievement, including: Assessment design, Large-scale evaluations, Measurement, Psychometrics, Statistical analyses.
Application closing date: For this fellowship program students can apply till 30 November, 2012.