American Association for Adult and Continuing Education
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Imogene Okes Award
For Outstanding Research in Adult Education
Nominations are invited for the Imogene Okes Award. This award honors the memory of Imogene Okes, whose reports on adult education participation have been widely used and quoted in the field. It is given annually by the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) for a report of original research done by single or joint authors and published in English in the previous year for a work that reflects the ideals for which Imogene Okes stood. Nominated works should exemplify outstanding and original research in adult education. Click here to view the list of award recipients.
Criteria — original research nominated must
Letter of Nomination should include
The AAACE Awards Committee works with the Commission of Professors of Adult Education (CPAE) to provide general oversight for the Okes Award process. The Okes Award Committee consists of five CPAE/AAACE members. Whenever possible, the most recent recipient(s) of the Okes Award is asked to Chair or Co-Chair the committee for the following year. The committee may choose not to make the award at its discretion.
Mail nominations to:
Okes Award Selection Committee