Path Breaker Award
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The Path Breaker Award is given in recognition of collaborative research by a scholar and graduate student who co-author an article related to giftedness, creativity, or talent that is published in a journal not traditionally or regularly focused on these fields. The Path Breaker Award is designed to reward scholars in our field for publishing in journals that would not traditionally include articles with a focus on gifted, talented, or creative populations. The article should be published in the last two years (2019-2021).
Eligibility Criteria
The awards is given to collaborators of a paper which meets the following criteria:

**  Published (may be online first) within 2 years. (i.e., 2019-2021).
**  Published in a journal outside of the field of giftedness, creativity, or talent development.
**  Co-author is a scholar and a member of the ROGCT SIG.
**  Co-author is a graduate student and member of the ROGCT SIG.

Form of Recognition
**  Cash award of $250 for scholar and graduate student (or designees).
**  Plaque for each author and graduate student.
**  Recognition at the SIG business meeting.
Applications due January 15, 2021.

Award will be announced and presented at the SIG Business Meeting at the AERA Conference, April 2021.
If you have any questions concerning this award, please contact the chair of the awards committee.
Dr. Jonathan Wai
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