Louise Kidder Early Career Award
The purpose of this program is to recognize social issues researchers who have made substantial contributions to the field early in their careers. The award is named for a living person — Louise kidder — in honor of her own early career accomplishments and contributions to Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
The winner will receive $500 and a plaque.
Nominees should be investigators who have made substantial contributions to social issues research within five years of receiving a graduate degree and who have demonstrated the potential to continue such contributions. Nominees need not be current SPSSI members.
The application should include:
(a) A cover letter outlining the nominee's accomplishments to date and anticipated future contributions;
(b) The nominee's current curriculum vitae, and
(c) Three letters of support.