The International Society of Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise (QRSE) is pleased to support both the “Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise Early Career Researcher Award" and the “Distinguished Qualitative Researcher in Sport and Exercise Award.”
EARLY CAREER QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER AWARD
Sponsored by the QRSE and the journal Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health (QRSEH), the Early Career Award is bestowed biennially to a scholar ‘in recognition of their scholarly contributions to qualitative research within the sport and exercise sciences.’ The Award is open to all who have received a PhD within the previous five (5) years of the
Award year (i.e., for 2020, an individual would have had to receive his or her PhD between January 2015 and December 2020). The winner of the award receives a one-time financial payment, a one-time QRSE conference registration fee waiver, and is recognized at the conference. The recipient of the award must attend the conference. They must also make a presentation at a general session to summarize his/her qualitative research activity for the years preceding the award. That activity can span empirical, theoretical, and methodological qualitative work. Details on the criteria for selection and how to nominate oneself are released approximately 8 months before the conference. See the Conference page for details about the conference.
For details about how to submit an application for the 2020 Early Career Award please click here
THE EARLY CAREER QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER AWARD
Dr Victoria Goodyear
University of Birmingham, UK
DISTINGUISHED QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER AWARD
The Award is bestowed at our biennial conference to an individual who has offered outstanding service, provided long time support, and made significant scholarly contributions to Qualitative Research in the Sport and Exercise Sciences. The first winner of the award will be announced in 2020 at the conference. Further details of how to nominate an individual or yourself can be found here.