Arthur W. Melton Early Achievement Award
This award is for outstanding contributions to military psychology.
The Arthur W. Melton Early Achievement Award is given to recognize early career achievements in military psychology, normally within five to 10 years of entry into the field.
These contributions may be in the form of excellence in:
Any of these must clearly reflect advancement of the profession of military psychology, improved effectiveness of military psychology systems, or service on behalf of the welfare of military personnel.
Annual deadline: May 30
How to Apply
Nominations should include:
A brief statement (300-500 words) that identifies the award and describes those aspects of the nominee’s work that support the nomination.
A resume of the nominee.
Please submit nominations to Rebecca Porter.
2013: Greg M. Reger, PhD
2012: Chad Morrow