- Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
- State Subdivisions
*Note: Student Representatives for this year have been selected and a new call for student representatives will come out in spring 2020.
The TED Student Representative is a 2-year commitment. Appointments are staggered so in any given year there are two new, junior representatives and two veteran, senior representatives. This allows for mentoring and continuity in Kaleidoscope goals. Benefits of being a TED Student Representative include but are not limited to the following opportunities: networking with other doctoral students and university staff, being mentored into a service position, and funding to support travel to CEC and TED. The responsibilities of a TED Student Representative includes a set of manageable tasks spread over time and between your fellow team members, three other student representatives.
Interested applicants must submit a Letter of Interest to become a Student Representative. The letter should include the following information:
TED understands the fiscal challenges that doctoral students face in attending conferences. As a result, TED supports all Kaleidoscope student representatives through travel funds so as to ensure they are present and are active participants at the annual executive committee meetings during CEC (February) and TED (November) conferences.
New call for student representatives will be posted in Spring 2020.