The Award for Distinguished Contributions to Theory and Research in Community Psychology
The Award for Distinguished Contributions to Theory and Research in Community Psychology is presented annually to an individual whose career of high quality and innovative research and scholarship has resulted in a significant contribution to the corpus of knowledge in community psychology.
The criteria for the award include:
Demonstrated positive impact on the quality of community theory and research.
Innovation in community theory and/or research; that is, scholarship of a path-breaking quality that introduces important new ideas and new findings. Such distinguished work often challenges prevailing conceptual frameworks, research approaches and/or empirical results.
A major single contribution or series of significant contributions with an enduring influence on community scholarship over time.
Nominations should include:
A letter of nomination detailing the basis for the nomination.
A 3-5 page biographical sketch of the nominee.
Please send nomination materials electronically to Maurice Elias, Chair of the Selection Committee.
Anne Brodsky, PhD
Geoffrey Byron Nelson
Ana Mari Cauce
George Spivack and Myrna Shure
Barbara and Bruce Dohrenwend