Distinguished Career Contribution to Research

 This award was created to honor the contributions of a senior person in the field of psychology who has made significant contributions in research related to ethnic minority populations

Sponsor: Division 45

Description
Awards are presented yearly at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Each award recipient is honored at a reception during the convention and receives an engraved plaque.
Eligibility
Candidates for this award should have been in the field 15 or more years, and have made scholarly contributions in writing, publishing, and disseminating information on ethnic minority populations and issues, thereby substantively contributing to the current understanding of ethnic minorities.
How to Apply
Nominations are generated from the Division 45 membership and the Awards Committee. The Executive Committee of the division reviewed the nominations, and votes on the candidates during its midwinter meeting.
Past Recipients
2014

Laurence Armand French, PhD
Nolan Zane, PhD

2013

Edward Delgado-Romero, PhD

2002

Teresa LaFromboise

2001

Donald R. Atkinson, James S. Jackson

2000

Pamela Trotman Reid

1999

Janet Helms, William "Bill" Cross

1996

Gail E. Wyatt

1990

Amado M. Padilla, Stanley Sue