Gaertner Wins AIR Best Paper Award
The AIR Charles F. Elton Best Paper Award is presented for the paper that most clearly
exemplifies standards of excellence and makes a significant contribution to the
field of institutional research and decision making in higher education. Submissions
go through a blind peer review process, culminating in the designation of one as
“Best Paper.” The award recipient is recognized at the next Forum, and is provided
the opportunity to present their paper during a special session.
View the winning 2011 Forum paper,
Assessing a New Approach to Class-Based Affirmative Action, by Matthew Gaertner,
Associate Research Scientist at Pearson.
You can also view the
PowerPoint slides (PPTX) from his presentation.
To be considered for the 2012 Best Paper Award, view our submission process.