Morton Deutsch Conflict Resolution Award

The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology Division of APA is accepting nominations for its annual Morton Deutsch Conflict Resolution Award which is open to members and non-members of Division 48 and to citizens of any country.

Sponsor: Division 48

Description
The award is funded with royalties from the book Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice, edited by Morton Deutsch, PhD, and Peter Coleman, PhD. The prize is $1,000 and the winner is invited to lecture at the APA convention following the one when his/her award is announced.
Eligibility
The award will be presented to a practitioner whose practice contributes to the development of theory or to a theorist or researcher who contributes to the development of practice.
How to Apply

Nominations should include a curriculum vitae and a letter less than 300 words long, recognizing an individual who has made notable contributions to the integration of theory and practice in the field of conflict resolution. 

Send nominations via email to:

APA Division 48 Awards Committee
c/o Julie Meranze Levitt, PhD 
33 E. Princeton Road
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Past Recipients
2014

Daniel Bar-Tal, PhD

2013

Ephraim Isaac, PhD

2009

David Adams

2008

Susan Opotow

2007

Nicholas Freudenburg

2006

Herbert C. Kelman

2005

Mohammed Abu-Nimer

2004

Brendan O'Regan

2003

Ron Fischer

2002

John Paul Lederach

2001

Johan Galtung