Earl Alluisi Award for Early Career Achievement

This award recognizes outstanding achievements made by psychologists within 10 years of receiving their PhD.

Sponsor: Div. 21

Description
The Earl Alluisi Award is based on evidence of contributions to the field of applied experimental/engineering psychology by virtue of (1) research and publication, (2) special new contributions (e.g., equipment or techniques) or (3) contributions to theory, etc. Recipients of the Earl Alluisi Award are invited to deliver an oral presentation as part of the Div. 21 program at the annual meeting of the APA. The presentation should address a scientific or technical topic reflecting the research contributions of the recipient.
Eligibility
Eligibility for the Alluisi Award terminates exactly 10 years after the commencement date at which the doctoral degree was awarded. If the nomination is unsuccessful, the nomination will remain within the review process for a second year unless the nominee’s eligibility expires. The nominator will be called upon in the succeeding year for an update of the nomination package or additional information.
How to Apply
  1. Complete the Alluisi nominations form (PDF, 27KB), and include a letter showing the contributions your nominee has made to the field of applied experimental/engineering psychology. The Awards Committee believes that potential recipients will have contributed by virtue of (1) research and publication, (2) special new contributions (e.g., equipment or techniques) or (3) contributions to theory, etc. Please demonstrate how your candidate is exceptional with respect to one or more of these criteria.

  2. Include the candidate's vita.
  3. Please send this form or a nominating letter and supporting documentation to the Awards Committee chair.
  4. If the nomination is unsuccessful, the nomination will remain within the review process for a second year unless the nominee's eligibility expires. The nominator will be called upon in the succeeding year for an update of the nomination package or additional information.

Email submissions are encouraged.

For division awards nominations and questions, please contact:

Doug Wiegmann, PhD
Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison
3214 Mechanical Engineering Building
1513 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706
Telephone: (608) 890-1932

Past Recipients

2017
Walter Boot

2016
Motonori Yamaguchi

2015
Anne McLaughlin

2014
Jeanine Stefanucci 

2013
Mark Neider 

2012
Poornima Madhavan 

2011
William (Deak) Helton 

2010
Bruce Walker 

2009
Nicole Vu 

2008
Frank Drews 

2007
Robert Gray 

2006
No Award 

2005
Regina Colonia-Willner 

2004
Greg Trafton 

2003
Douglas A. Wiegmann

2002
Florian G. Jentsch

2001
No Award 

2000
No Award 

1999
Nadine B. Sarter 

1998
Mark F. St. John 

1997
Wendy A. Rogers 

1996
No Award 

1995
Anthony D. Andre