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Early Career Researchers & Graduate Students 


A doctoral student poster session with feedback from Carol Geiger 


Students enjoying books from the 2018 Community Service Project


Doctoral  student poster session at CREATE

CREATE has a history of welcoming and promoting research in these areas: educational assessment or evaluation research, policy, or practice by our community members. We offer annual programming for graduate students and early career researchers at our conference. 


Doctoral Student Poster Session

The doctoral student poster session is an excellent way for early in their career researchers to present at CREATE and receive feedback from consortium members. Often our Millman Award Recipients peruse the doctoral student poster sessions offering feedback. CREATE is the place where you can talk directly to leading scholars


CREATE Achilles-Harper-Swenson Emerging Researcher Award

During the doctoral student poster session, early career researchers have the opportunity to present work, receive beneficial feedback, and be considered for the CREATE Achilles-Harper-Swenson Emerging Researcher AwardThe CREATE Achilles-Harper-Swenson Emerging Researcher Award was created in 2013 by the CREATE Board of Directors to honor three educational researchers who profoundly influenced the field. This award is given at our annual CREATE conference. Learn more about the CREATE Achilles-Harper-Swenson Emerging Researcher Award.


Graduate Student Scholarships

CREATE offers Graduate Student Scholarships for students who present at the CREATE conference. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship to cover your registration fee, complete an application.  


Community Service Project

Graduate students bring together consortium members and a local school with the Community Service Project annually at our CREATE conference. 

2018 Community Service Project

2019 Community Service Project



Graduate Student Poster Session Presenters at CREATE 2019

Building Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy (ESE): How Undergraduate Students Make Meaning of Their Entrepreneurial Experiences

Amy Kurfist – Old Dominion University

Opening Eyes to What They Don’t Know: Talking about Race with White Preservice Teachers

Stacy Martin – Winthrop University


How School Leaders, Teachers, and Black Girls Experience the Return to School Following Suspension

Natasha Saunders – George Washington University

An Investigation of International Student Orientation on Student-Perceived Academic Success and Social Integration in a Southeastern University

Vidah Otieno – High Point University

A System of IEP Creation and Implementation for Adjudicated Youth

Jessica Shupik – George Washington University

How Current School Leaders Describe Their Awareness of Social Justice Issues

Teresa Warner – University of North Carolina Wilmington

About us

The Consortium for Research Educational Assessment and Teaching Effectiveness (CREATE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of assessment and evaluation in PK-12 and higher education. 


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‚ÄčMembership in CREATE is open to all persons and organizations engaged in educational assessment or evaluation research, policy, or practice.

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JCSEE 

CREATE is a sponsoring organization of the Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation (JCSEE)

http://www.jcsee.org/



AEA

Members of CREATE contribute to the American Evaluation Association, AEA 365 Blog:  https://aea365.org/blog/ 


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