2018 Awards Submission and Details
AES recognizes individuals and organizations who dedicate time and energy to promoting diversity, inclusion, multiculturalism, anti-racism, and community service. We encourage you to nominate worthy candidates for the following Awards:
Deadlines for submissions is February 15, 2018
Charles C. Irby Award Distinguished Service Award
The Charles C. Irby Distinguished Service Award for distinction in their professional life and community.
AES Outstanding Book & Media Award
The AES Outstanding Book Award is the highest scholarly award bestowed by AES.
Robert Perry Mentoring Award
The Robert L. Perry Mentoring Award is given for exceptional mentoring.
The Ernest M. Pon Award
The Ernest M. Pon Award recognizes Asian American organizations dedicated to human rights and equal justice.
Phillips G Davies Graduate Student Presentation Award
The Phillip G. Davies Graduate Student Presentation Award is given to a graduate student and conference attendee and presenter whose conference presentation and/or scholarly work are outstanding and make an impact in the field of ethnic studies.
Cortland Auser Undergraduate Student Paper Award
The Cortland Auser Undergraduate Student Presentation Award is given to a undergraduate student and conference attendee and presenter whose conference presentation and/or scholarly work are outstanding and make an impact in the field of ethnic studies.
Ashton Welch Memorial Student Travel Fund Award
The Ashton Welch Memorial Student Travel Fund Award is given to students to assist them in attending the AES Annual Conference.
Outstanding Student Award
The Outstanding Student Award recognizes student activism, mentoring, civic engagement, or teaching.
SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATIONS HERE!
We encourage all members, friends, and supporters to consider donating to these vitally important awards for it honors the hard work of many and helps mentor and build the skills of students. If interested please click here for more details on how to donate to AES.