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Division 45 Call for Nominations for Professional Awards
Deadline: February 5, 2010

Division 45 Call for Nominations for Student Awards for Research and Service
Deadline: February 5, 2010

Awardees of the 1st James M. Jones Invited Symposium for Career Achievement in Ethnic Minority Psychology (2001)

Winners of the 1st Division 45 Presidential Citation for Outstanding Poster (2001)

Division 45 Awards

Lifetime Achievement Award

Carolyn Attneave
Kenneth Clark
Carolyn Payton
1991
Harry Yamaguchi 1992
Martha Bernal
Robert Guthrie
1993
Joseph Trimble 1994
Amado M. Padilla
Esteban Olmedo
Arthur L. McDonald
1996
Ronald Fox 1997
James Jones 1999
Joe White 2000
Vera S. Paster 2001
Martha Bernal
Pat Okura
2002
Henry Tomes 2006
Derald Sue 2008

This award is given every other year to a senior person who has made outstanding contributions over the course of his/her career in the promotion of ethnic minority issues. Candidates for this award may have made contributions in educational, research, or practice domains. Nominations are generated from the Division 45 membership and the Awards Committee. Nominations are reviewed by the Awards Committee and the Executive Committee of Division 45, and voted on by the Executive Committee at its midwinter meeting. Nominations and review of candidates are due by mid-January annually. Awards are presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Each award recipient is honored at the convention with a reception in his or her honor and an engraved plaque.

Emerging Professional Award

Richard Cervantes
Maria P. P. Root
Nolan Zane
1992
Shelly Harrel 2000
Cynthia de las Fuentes
Gayle Y. Iwamasa
2001
Alberta Gloria 2002
Edward Delgado-Romero 2005
William Liu 2006
Melanie D. Rodriguez 2007
Timothy Smith 2007
Bryan Kim 2008

This award is given to an individual who has made outstanding contributions in the promotion of ethnic minority issues within 10 years of graduation. Candidates for this award may have made contributions within educational, research, or practice domains. Nominations are generated from the Division 45 membership and the Awards Committee. Nominations are reviewed by the Awards Committee and the Executive Committee of Division 45, and voted on by the Executive Committee at its midwinter meeting. Awards are presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Each award recipient is honored at a reception during the Convention, and receives an engraved plaque.

Charles and Shirley Thomas Award

Anderson J. Franklin 1993
Derald Wing Sue 1994
Thomas A. Parham 2000
Nancy Boyd-Franklin 2001
Hector Myers 2002
Phillip Bowman 2006
Alberta Gloria 2007
Asuncion Austria 2008

This award was created in honor of the significant contributions made by Charles and Shirley Thomas in the area of student mentoring and development, as well as their contributions toward making psychology responsive and relevant to the needs of the African American community. Candidates for this award should demonstrate significant contributions to the education and training of students of color as well as a professional presence within ethnic minority communities. Nominations are generated from the membership of Division 45 and from the Awards Committee. Nominations are reviewed by the Awards Committee and voted on by the Division 45 Executive Committee during its midwinter meeting. Awards are presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Each award recipient is honored at a reception during the convention and receives an engraved plaque.

Distinguished Career Contribution through Service Award

Candace M. Fleming
Esteban L. Olmedo
Henry Tomes
1990
Beth (Todd-Bazemore) Boyd 1999
Christine C. Iijima
Alice Chang
2000
Lula A. Beatty
Bertha G. Holliday
2001
Eduardo Morales 2002
Lisa Porche Burke 2006
Davis Ying Ja 2008

This award was created to honor the contributions of a senior person in the field of psychology who has made significant contributions on the area of service with ethnic minority populations. Candidates for this award should have been in the field 15 or more years, and have made contributions in the development or delivery of services that are focused on ethnic minority populations. Nominations are generated from the Division 45 membership and the Awards Committee. Nominations are reviewed by the Awards Committee and the Executive Committee of the Division. The Executive Committee votes on the candidates during its midwinter meeting, and presents the award yearly at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Each award recipient is honored at a reception during the convention and receives an engraved plaque.

Distinguished Career Contribution to Research Award

Amado M. Padilla
Stanley Sue
1990
Gail E. Wyatt 1996
Janet Helms
William "Bill" Cross
1999
Pamela Trotman Reid 2000
Donald R. Atkinson
James S. Jackson
2001
Teresa LaFromboise 2002
Hortensia Amaro 2006
Gerald Mohatt 2007
Guillermo Bernal 2008

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. 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. 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. 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.

Awardees of the 1st James M. Jones Invited Symposium for Career Achievement in Ethnic Minority Psychology (2001)
Alice F. Chang, Ph.D.
Shelly Harrell, Ph.D.
Christine C. Iijima Hall, Ph.D.
Thomas A. Parham, Ph.D.
Pamela Trotman Reid, Ph.D.
Joe White, Ph.D.

Winners of the 1st Division 45 Presidential Citation for Outstanding Poster (2001)
Presentation:

Kermit F. Franklin
Kazumi Kutsuna
Jennifer S. Lee
Tina Shakhmalian
Honorable Mentions:
Felicia Brown-Anderson
Mark H. Chae


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