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McJulien Graduate Student Scholarship Award 

The McJulien Graduate Student Scholarship Award is presented to a graduate student in educational communications and technology.

The awardee recieves a $500 award and a plaque presented during the awards ceremony at the 2017 annual convention to be held November 7 - November 11, 2017 at Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, Jacksonville, Florida.


The McJulien Graduate Student Scholarship Award was established by Wes McJulien, past president of AECT and member of the ECT Foundation, in memory of his son, Patrick D. McJulien.


1. The applicant must be a full-time graduate student enrolled in a degree granting program in educational technology at the Masters, (MS), Specialist (Ed.S.) or Doctoral (Ph.D./Ed.D.) level.

2. The applicant must provide evidence of an average of "B" or better to be considered for this award.

3. The applicant must be member of AECT and a member of the Cuture, Learning, and Technology Division.

4. Recommendations from three references must be submitted in order for the application to be considered.

5. The winner will be selected by AECT's Culture, Learning and Technology awards committee and must be in attendance to receive the award.


To submit a nomination complete the form. Please click here.

Funding and Support:

The $500 award is sponsored by the ECT Foundation. The plaque for this award is supported by Routledge Publishing


Deadline for nominations is August 15th, 2017.


For additional information please contact Holly Marshburn, Vice-President of Awards and Finance at


The ECT Foundation is the non-profit foundation of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) and was established to carry out the purposes and programs of AECT that are charitable and educational in nature. The ECT Foundation funds an extensive awards program that promotes scholarship and leadership in the field of educational communications and technology at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Because it is a non-profit organization, all donations to the ECT Foundation are tax-deductible. Financial gifts to support its many programs are welcome. For additional information or to make a donation, write to ECT Foundation, c/o AECT, 320 W. 8th st. Ste 101 Bloomington, IN 47404-3745


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