Awards

AMTE-TX 2021 Fall Conference Graduate Student Registration Award Application

The Graduate Student Registration award provides graduate students financial support to attend the AMTE-TX Fall Conference. Eight graduate students will receive an award of $30 to pay the cost of attending the conference, which will be virtual this year. To qualify, an applicant must be a graduate student in mathematics education (or related field), a member of AMTE-TX (conference registration includes membership dues), and an attendee of the 2021 Fall Conference.

Deadline: June 14, 2021

https://forms.gle/8cXxcowDyJMHtkNr6

AMTE-TX 2021 Fall Conference Early Career/New-to-State Registration Award Application

The Early Career/New-to-State Travel award provides mathematics teacher educators, who are early in their career or new to Texas, financial support to attend the AMTE-TX Fall Conference. Seven mathematics teacher educators will receive an award of $55 to support the cost of attending the conference, which will be virtual this year. To qualify, an applicant must be in an entry-level position (0 to 3 years) or in a new position in Texas (0 to 3 years) in the field of mathematics teacher education, a member of AMTE-TX (conference registration includes membership dues), and an attendee of the 2021 Fall Conference.

Deadline: June 14, 2021

https://forms.gle/f5ozGjD38RoSsonE7

AMTE-TX Outstanding Service Award

The AMTE-TX Outstanding Service Award honors a member of AMTE-TX, who has made significant contributions to the field of mathematics teacher education. To qualify, an applicant/nominee must be a member of AMTE-TX.

Deadline: June 14, 2021

https://forms.gle/bN6xDBpfqtUxqscy9

AMTE-TX President’s Council Scholarship

The President’s Council Scholarship supports membership dues in both AMTE-TX and AMTE for one year.  AMTE-TX will award this scholarship during the annual Fall Conference to

  • one early career faculty member and
  • one graduate student each year.

These scholarships are designed to offer support for membership in these organizations, but also encourages service in the organization. Recipients will be required to volunteer their service through committee membership, leadership, review of conference presentations, or other applicable service during that designated year.

The 2021 Recipients of this Scholarship will have the opportunity for mentorship by members of the President’s Council (all past Presidents of AMTE-TX) and will be required to attend the 2022 Fall Conference to share service experiences from the previous year.

To qualify, an applicant must be a graduate student in mathematics education (or related field) during the year of the award OR must be in an entry-level position (0 to 3 years) or in a new position in Texas (0 to 3 years) in the field of mathematics teacher education.

To apply for this scholarship, those interested should complete this application.  Additionally, two letters of recommendation should be sent through email to Dr. Sandi Cooper at Sandra_Cooper@baylor.edu.  At least one of these letters should be from a current member of AMTE-TX. For graduate students, at least one must be from a faculty advisor, providing details about status in the program.

Deadline: June 14, 2021

https://forms.gle/1Rb9Lw9Ac6cBCsnk7