Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging

This award for outstanding achievement is presented annually to recognize psychologists and friends of psychology who have made significant contributions to the mission of the Committee on Aging (CONA).

Sponsor: Public Interest Directorate Office on Aging

Description

This award for outstanding achievement is presented annually to recognize psychologists and friends of psychology who have made significant contributions to the mission of CONA. The award is presented at the APA Convention.

Eligibility
Successful candidates will have made significant contributions in one or more of the areas of the CONA mission.
How to Apply

All nominations must include:

  • A current curriculum vitae of the candidate.

  • Three letters of reference.

Reference letters should indicate the categories in which the candidate has made contributions related to aging (Science, Practice, Policy, Education, Public Interest, Public Affairs, APA).

Additionally, letters should address the nominee's leadership activities, contributions, and scope of influence that advance knowledge for and about older adults and aging issues, foster understanding of older adult's lives, and improve the status of older adults.

Nominations and supporting materials should be sent by June 2, 2014, to Martha Randolph through email.

Past Recipients