CUFA Awards

The call for the 2023 CUFA Awards will be out this summer! 

2022 CUFA Awards Reviewers
In the fall of 2022, the following members served on review panels for the CUFA Awards.
Erin Adams (Kennesaw State University)
Kelly Allen (Augusta University)

Chara Haeussler Bohan (Georgia State University)
John Broome (Purdue University)
Christopher Clark (University of North Dakota
Tianna Dowie-Chin (University of Georgia)
Dan Krutka (University of North Texas)
Noreen Naseem Rodríguez (University of Colorado)
Amanda Vickery (University of North Texas)

CUFA 2022 Award Winners

National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship Award
The NTLI Award recognizes an exemplary paper related to technology in social studies education
presented at the CUFA Annual Meeting.

Taylor Kessner (University of Texas at Arlington) & Jennifer Scianna (The University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Paper: Quantitative Ethnography and Epistemic Network Analysis in the Social Studies: A Case Study of a Made-for-School History-Oriented Videogame

Kipchoge Neftali Kirkland Social Justice Award
The Kipchoge Neftali Kirkland Social Justice Award recognizes an exemplary paper presented at the
CUFA Annual Meeting that makes a distinguished and significant contribution to promoting social justice
in educational research and teaching.

Hanadi Shatara (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse) & Muna Saleh (Concordia University of Edmonton)

Paper: Solidarity in Education: Learning from Examples of Black, Indigenous, and Palestinian Solidarities

Early Career Award
The Early Career Award, made to a scholar in the early stages of their career, recognizes a significant
impact on the field of social studies education, which may include exemplary research/scholarship,
teacher preparation, professional development, curriculum development, and/or community work.

ArCasia D. James-Gallaway (Texas A&M University)