2024 Conference - Waikato University 25th - 27th November - call for abstracts now open

MCKENZIE AWARD

The McKenzie Award honours a current NZARE member’s significant contribution to educational research and to the NZARE over an extended period of time. A significant contribution is interpreted as contributing to new knowledge and being an exemplary researcher in the education community in a chosen discipline. First awarded in 1987, the award consists of a citation folio and a piece of original art or craft by a New Zealand artist or craftsperson chosen by the recipient, up to the value of $2000.

Nominations

Nominees must be current NZARE members. Any NZARE member may make nominations which include the following:

Nominee’s academic CV (including qualifications, positions held, publications and an outline of research contributions);

A letter of nomination from the NZARE nominator;

Appropriate citations or letters of support;

Email, postal, phone details of nominator and nominee;

a recent colour photo of nominee;

Current NZARE membership can be verified by contacting nzare.eo@gmail.com

Award committee

In each year a sub-committee will be appointed to receive and consider the nominations and make a recommendation to the Council regarding conferring the award. The final decision must be ratified by the Council.

The Council retains the right to make no award in any one year;

The Award will be conferred at the NZARE annual conference, and notified in the Association's newsletter and on its website;

The successful applicant(s) and their nominators will be informed of the award prior to the annual NZARE conference. Unsuccessful applicants are notified by email and/or letter after the selection process has been completed;

The Council’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Criteria for selection

Nominee is a current NZARE member;

Nominee has significantly contributed to educational research and to the NZARE over an extended period of time;

Nominee has contributed to NZARE in research and Education through oral presentations, published articles in NZ Journal of Educational Studies;

The successful applicant

will be informed of the award prior to the annual NZARE conference. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified by email and/or letter after the selection process has been completed and the successful candidate has accepted the award.

2012 Terry Locke

2011 Alison Jones2010: Cathy Wylie 2009 No award made 2008:  John Barrington2007:  John Codd2006:  Roy Nash2005: Margaret Carr2004: Clive McGee2003: Sue Middleton2002: Ted Glynn2001: Terry Crooks2000: Graham Nuthall1999: No award made 1998: No award made 1997: Anne Smith 1995: Raeside Munro1994: Ivan Snook1993: Marie Clay1992: David McKenzie 1991: No award made1990: David Mitchell1989: Richard Benton 1988: Geraldine McDonald1987: Warwick Elley