Summer 2023 applications coming soon!
CMJ Summer Graduate Interns are funded by CMJ to complete internships with
educational measurement research labs. This grant aims to enhance the racial and
ethnic diversity of faculty and researchers who study topics in measurement, by pairing
each student with a Professor (mentor) in the field. This internship is targeted towards
members of racial and ethnic groups historically underrepresented and are interested in
critical scholarship in educational measurement. Interns receive $10,000 for 8-10 weeks
of service each summer.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP HOST
Are you a professor who would like to host an intern? We are seeking hosts for summer
2023. Intern hosts receive one paid intern interested in critical scholarship in
educational measurement, and a stipend of $5,000 for supporting and mentoring said
intern throughout the summer. Please contact us for more information.
1. CENTER FOR MEASUREMENT JUSTICE TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MINORITIZED PROFESSIONALS IN EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENT
We are pleased to announce that scholarships will be made available to minority
graduate students in the field of educational measurement, to attend the 2023 Annual
Meeting of NCME. The primary goal of the scholarship program is to increase the
representation of minoritized persons working in the field of educational measurement.
The Fellows will receive funding for travel to attend the 2023 Annual meeting in
Chicago, free registration for pre-conference workshops, free NCME conference
registration, and inclusion in a series of professional development activities designed to
support them in navigating a successful trajectory in the educational measurement field
and a network of colleagues and mentors within the field.
Travel Scholarship Eligibility
CMJ seeks graduate students enrolled in doctoral programs in educational
measurement, psychometrics, or quantitative psychology, who are members of racial
and ethnic groups historically underrepresented. Preference will be given to students
enrolled in doctoral programs most closely associated with educational measurement or
psychometrics who have submitted a proposal for NCME 2023. Up to 30 Fellowships
will be awarded.
Fellows will receive funding for airfare, hotel accommodations, and meal stipends up to
$3,000 to attend the NCME Annual Meeting in Chicago from April 12-15, 2023.
To apply for the Fellowship, applicants should submit:
● Complete application form here, which includes a brief (200-250 word)
description of research interest(s)
● Submit via email as one (1) document
○ curriculum vita or résumé
○ graduate school transcript (unofficial copy is acceptable)
○ if applicable, a copy of the proposal submitted to NCME or AERA
2023(note. Proposals do not have to be accepted in order to qualify for
Applications will be reviewed and Fellowships will be awarded beginning
November 1, 2022. Final application deadline is December 1, 2022.
For more information, contact us.
Please join our mailing list to be notified when application information is available.
2. MENTORSHIP FACULTY FELLOWS
Mentorship Faculty Fellows will receive an annual stipend to mentor 3-5 graduate
students from minoritized groups. Mentees do not necessarily attend the faculty fellow’s
institution. CMJ has a strong preference for faculty in the field of measurement with
backgrounds/identities and/or experience working with historically marginalized
populations. The main purpose of the faculty fellowship is to support the next generation
of critical measurement professionals, while valuing the time and expertise of
underrepresented minority faculty who enable these young scholars to flourish.
If you are interested in becoming a CMJ Mentorship Faculty Fellow for the 2022-2023
academic year, please contact us.
3. RESEARCH GRANTS
Application information to be released late summer, 2022. Starting in fall 2022, we
will offer small research grants of up to $50K for research on critical/antiracist/culturally
sustaining K-12 educational assessment. The purpose of the funding is to support the
development of methods, theory, and practical evidence on antiracist and/or culturally
sustaining assessment. Funded researchers will join our network of critical scholars for educational measurement.