Lifetime Achievement In Scholarship
The Broadcast Education Association's Lifetime Achievement In Scholarship Award recognizes significant contributions to research and scholarship involving broadcast and electronic media. Recipients are evidenced by related extensive publication in books and leading journals, for at least twenty years. Awards are presented at a ceremony during the BEA annual conference in Las Vegas each April.
2015 Lifetime Achievement in Scholarship
Call For Nominations
Deadline: January 5, 2015
Washington, DC -- The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) is accepting nominations for the 2015 Lifetime Achievement in Scholarship (formerly the Distinguished Scholar Award). Nominees must be current or past members of the Broadcast Education Association, and have made a significant contribution to research and scholarship involving broadcast and electronic media. All contributions should be evidenced by related extensive publication in books and leading journals, usually over at least twenty years.
Nominations must include the following:
- Nominee’s credentials (e.g., CV).
- Nomination letter describing the candidate’s contributions to the advancement of research in one or more related fields of electronic media.
The recipient will be recognized at the BEA 2015 Awards Ceremony held in Las Vegas, NV at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort on April 13, 2015. BEA encourages those whose are nominated to attend the BEA2015 Annual Convention April 12 - 15, 2015.
Nominations must be received by: Monday, January 5, 2015
Mail All nominations directly to the Publications Committee Chair:
BEA Publications Committee Chair
Kent State University
PO Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001
If you have questions regarding the nomination or submission process please contact Paul Haridakis directly.
Dan O'Hair, University of Kentucky
Thomas R. Lindlof, University of Kentucky
Nancy Signorielli, University of Delaware
Alan B. Albarran, University of North Texas
James E. Fletcher, University of Georgia
Michael C. Keith, Boston College
James A. Anderson, University of Utah
Donald R. Browne, University of Minnesota
Douglas Gomery, University of Maryland
Alan M. Rubin, Kent State University
Joseph Dominick, University of Georgia
Susan Tyler Eastman, University of Indiana (Emeritus)
Jennings Bryant, The University of Alabama
Joanne Cantor, University of Wisconsin (Emeritus)
Erik Barnouw, (Posthumously)
Edward Bliss, (Posthumously)
Bradley S. Greenberg, Michigan State University
Sydney W. Head, (Posthumously)
Christopher H. Sterling, George Washington University