Early Career Scholar Award

The AIESEP Early Career Scholar Award (formally Young Scholar Award) was established in 2001 by former AIESEP Board Member Eitan Eldar (Isreal). The intent of the award is to recognise early career scholars within the field who have made an outstanding contribution to the field and demonstrate scholarly promise.

 

AIESEP  Early Career Scholar Award

 

The AIESEP Early Career Scholar Award is a competition for AIESEP members who are active in contributing to the field of physical education and sport pedagogy through high quality scholarship. Applicants are encouraged to apply for the Early Career Scholar Award during their first three years post PhD completion.  Recipients will receive a waiver of their registration fees and be formally recognized at the AIESEP Congress or Conference.

 

Applicants must submit the following documentation as part of their application:

(a) CV,

(b) One page description of intention for future involvement in AIESEP and Pedagogy Research,

(c) Proof of study (if still in doctoral studies),

(d) Abstract of submitted presentation, and

(e) A letter of recommendation from an AIESEP Member in good standing.

 

The application, via e-mail, should be addressed to Carla Luguetti (Carla Luguetti [email protected] no later than the deadline for abstract submission, January 31th, 2023.  The AIESEP Early Career Scholar Award committee will notify the recipients no later than one month after the submission date.

 

Those receiving the AIESEP Young Scholar Award will be obligated to: (a) Deliver a presentation (oral or poster) at the AIESEP Conference, and (b) Participate Early Career Scholar events. 

 

Applicants must be members of AIESEP (see here for how to become a member). Award recipients receive a waiver of their registration fees and formal recognition at a given AIESEP Congress/Conference.

 

Early Career Scholar Committee (2023):

 

Kristy Howells, Carla Luguetti, Carla Vidoni

 

Award recipients (2001-2022)

2001 – Madeira, Portugal

  • Ching-wei Chang (Taiwan)
  • Bianca von Einem (Germany)
  • Niki Tsangaridou (Cyprus)

2002 – La Coruna, Spain

  • Lyndal Groom (Australia)
  • Bob Martin (USA)

2005 – Lisbon, Portugal

  • Markus Gerber (Switzerland)
  • Oleg Sinelnikov (Russia/USA)

2006 – Jyväskylä, Finland

  • Erin Gerlach (Germany)
  • Anthony Leow Chee Siong (Singapore)
  • Canan Koca (Turkey)
  • Ingrid Verscheure (France)
  • Mara Manson (USA)
  • Darla Castelli (USA)
  • Sarajane Belton (Ireland)
  • Peter Hay (Australia/USA)

2008 – Sappora, Japan

  • Alison Nelson (Australia)
  • Bob Madou (Belgium)
  • Wonjung Kim (South Korea)
  • Hayley Fitzgerald (UK)

2009 – Florida, USA

  • Miriam Kehne (Germany)
  • Anna Bryant (nee Leyshon) (UK)

2009 – Basancon

  • Dean Barker (Switzerland)

2010 – La Coruna (Spain)

  • Maura Coulter (Ireland)
  • Tom Quarmby (UK)
  • Sanna Palomaki (Finland)
  • Gokce Erturan Iiker (Turkey)
  • Collin Webster (USA)
  • Peter Iserbyt (Belgium)

2011 – Limerick, Ireland

  • Michael Hemphill (USA)
  • Bonnie Pang (Australia)
  • Shiri Ayvazo (USA)
  • Leyla Saraç (Turkey)
  • Xihe Zhu (USA)
  • Jamie O’Conner (USA)

2013 – Warsaw, Poland

  • Eimear Enright (Australia)
  • Hsin-heng Chen (Taiwan)
  • Kevin Andrew Richards (USA)

2014 – Auckland, New Zealand

  • Tim Fletcher (Canada)
  • Nelli Lyrra (Finland)
  • Michelle Dillon (Ireland)
  • Kasper Makela (Finland)
  • Valeria Varea (Australia)
  • Erika Pratt (USA)

2015 – Madrid, Spain

  • Christian Herrmann (Switzerland)
  • Alexandre Mouton (Belgium)
  • Victoria Goodyear (UK)
  • Lee Schaefer (Canada)
  • Michalis Stylianou (USA)

2016 – Wyoming, USA

  • Erin Centeio (USA)
  • Luciana Braga (Brazil/USA)
  • Nathan Hall (Canada)

2017 – Guadeloupe

  • Aiko Möhwald (Germany)
  • Magnus Ferry (Sweden)

2018 – Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Jennifer Breithecker. (Germany)
  • João Martins (Portugal
  • Risto Marttinen (USA)

2019 – Adelphi, USA

  • Colum Cronin (UK)
  • Katharina Ptack (Germany)
  • Victoria Ivy (USA)

2021 – Banff, Canada

  • Mara Simon (USA)
  • Kelly Simonton (USA)
  • Cassandra Iannucci (Australia)
  • Mats Hordvik (Norway)
  • Oliver Hooper (UK)
  • Shreehan Lynch (UK)

2022 – Gold Coast, Australia

  • Jenna Lorusso (Canada)
  • Dillon Landi (Scotland) 
  • Heidi J Ferreira (Brazil)
  • Miguel Peralta (Spain)

To view photos of previous award winners visit our gallery.

 

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