String Researcher Award
Nominations due by October 31, 2022
The American String Teachers Association sponsors an award to recognize excellence in string research. The String Researcher Award will be awarded to a researcher whose work has contributed significantly to scholarship in string education and/or performance.
This coming year the award will honor long-term achievement in research. Nominees should have a record of sustained engagement (a minimum of 10 years) in the following research activities: publication in juried research journals, research presentations at professional meetings, professional service in string research, and support (mentoring, collaboration, supervision) of other string researchers.
The award will be presented at the 2023 ASTA National Conference in Orlando, FL – March 16-18, 2023. Nominations for the awards may come from any ASTA member, and self-nomination is permitted.
To nominate a qualified researcher, please complete the 2023 Research Award for Long Term Achievement Nomination Form.
In the form, please provide:
1) A Letter of Nomination that addresses the nominee’s qualifications.
2) The nominee’s C/V.
The Research Awards Committee will contact nominees to request any additional information needed.
Nominations for this award must be submitted electronically no later than October 31, 2022.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to ASTA String Researcher Award Recipients
- 2020: Early Career String Research Award
- 2019: Award for Long Term Achievement
- 2018: Early Career String Research Award
- 2017: Award for Long Term Achievement
- 2016: Early Career String Research Award
- 2015: Award for Long Term Achievement
- 2014: Emergent String Researcher
- 2013: Award for Long Term Achievement
- 2012: Emergent String Researcher
- 2011: Award for Long Term Achievement
- David Pope
- Gail V. Barnes
- Karen Hendricks
- Margaret H. Berg
- Kristen Pellegrino
- Margaret Schmidt
- Rebecca B. MacLeod
- David W. Sogin
- Joshua A. Russell
- Donald L. Hamann