Awardees

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Year
Institution
Discipline
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
"An Outstanding Teacher, Civic Leader, and Author”: The Pedagogical Praxis and Education-Activism of Jane Dabney Shackelford
2024
Michigan State University
History
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
“Arise Ghana Youth for your Country”: A Study of Young People’s Learning and Life-making Pathways amid Socio-Ecological Crisis in Ghana
2024
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Comparative Education
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
“Educating the head, the hands, the heart”: Assembling the Foundations of the Early Black Education & Abolition Movements in California, 1850-1910
2024
Stanford University
History of Education
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
“I’ve always had the abolitionist spirit in me”: Novice Teachers of Color, A Community of Abolitionist Praxis, & Pedagogies of Abolitionist Praxis
2024
Stanford University
Teacher Education/Teaching and Learning
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
“MidAmerica Meets Mideast”: Arab American Identity Formation in Dearborn Schools, 1980 - 2001
2024
University of Wisconsin-Madison
History of Education
NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
“Somos El Sur”: Mapping the collective experiences and dreams and of Latinx/é teachers across the U.S. South
2024
University of Buffalo
Teacher Education/Teaching and Learning
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
“The essence of Spelman College is Black womanhood”: The Spelman Campus Movement, 1924-2006
2024
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
History
NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
“Things We’ve Known Even Before Having the Words to Explain”: A Critical Multimodal Witnessing Approach to Examining the Affective Pedagogies of Teachers of Color
2024
University of California, Santa Cruz
Education
Equity in Math Education Research Grants
Amplifying Indigenous Micronesian Intelligence for Data Science (MINDS) with Culturally Relevant Data
2024
University of Oklahoma
Mathematics Education
Equity in Math Education Research Grants
Attending to Mathematical Ingenuity to Nourish, Empower, and Sustain Elementary Mathematics Teachers
2024
California State University, Fullerton
Teacher Education/Teaching and Learning
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
Building Mechanical Boys: A Raced and Gendered History of Autism in the United States from 1930-1980
2024
University of Illinois-Chicago
History
NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
Building new social futures in video game play: Co-designing pedagogical prototypes for imagining beyond inequity
2024
University of Colorado
Education
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
Care in Containment: The Geography of Black and Indigenous Encounters within Schooling
2024
University of Michigan
Education
NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
Civics as Survivance: Unsettling Curriculum to Transform Democracy
2024
Columbia University
Social Studies
Equity in Math Education Research Grants
Constructing Arguments Together: Redefining Participation in Mathematical Argument
2024
Michigan State University
Mathematics Education
NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
Constructing Campus Ecologies to Equitably Serve Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Students: A Multiple Case Study of Asian American & Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions
2024
New York University
Education
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
Contexts of Care: Supporting Immigrant-Origin Youth in a New Destination
2024
Harvard University
Educational Policy
NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
Crafting Dominicanidad: Citizenship and Education during the US occupation of the Dominican Republic (1916-1924)
2024
University of Virginia
History of Education
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
Crafting Futures: Designing for Youth and Community “Futuring” Practices
2024
University of Michigan
Curriculum and Instruction
NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
Culturelessness as a Conceptual Framework: Cultural Capital and Racialization in Novice Language Teacher Pedagogies
2024
University at Buffalo
Teacher Education/Teaching and Learning

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