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Joseph C. Beckham Nominations
Dissertation of the Year
Awarded at the ELA Annual Conference
New deadline: July 30, 2020, by or before 4 p.m. EST
To be considered, the dissertation must:
• Have a theoretical base.
• Be conceptually clear and address an important problem or hypothesis.
• Contain a comprehensive and relevant review of applicable literature.
• Demonstrate a methodologically sound approach present a cogent analysis of data show significant results and discussion.
• Be written in a scholarly style with appropriate documentation.
ELA uses a blind-review process with multiple readers to evaluate the dissertations. The chair or a member of the student’s dissertation committee, as a member of ELA, should submit a letter of nomination that includes an endorsement attesting to the nominee’s eligibility and specifying the meritorious nature of the dissertation. Self-nominations will not be accepted.
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