TESOL members in good standing who published a research article in a peer-reviewed journal.
- Peer-reviewed journals may include TESOL publications and those of TESOL affiliates, as well as non-TESOL peer-reviewed journals.
- Articles with multiple authors are eligible to receive the award and authors will decide how to distribute the award package.
- Work published in print or online during the calendar year preceding the award year and final page proofs of papers scheduled to be published are acceptable.
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