Karl F. Heiser APA Presidential Award for Advocacy

Advocacy on behalf of psychology is a critical element in the growth and development of our discipline. To honor individuals who have been in the forefront of advocacy, Presidential Awards are given each year at the APA Convention to some of those who have worked so hard and to whom we owe so much. The Award is named for Karl F. Heiser, the person who succeeded in having the first state statute defining psychology adopted. Nominations are sought that identify people in the states/provinces or APA Practice Divisions who should receive recognition for their work in advocacy.

The Karl F. Heiser Award honors those psychologists who have given voluntarily of their time to define the discipline of psychology statutorily by state and federal laws and regulations through advocacy. Such laws and regulations include, but are not limited to, licensure, freedom of choice, Medicare, Medicaid, Workers Compensation, disability determination, mandatory mental health/substance abuse coverage, civil commitment, hospital practice, prescriptive authority, child protection and elder protection, etc. Advocacy efforts that have stopped the passage of laws inimical to psychology may also be recognized.

Since the award was established in 1992, many deserving psychologists have been recognized. The 1992 recipients of the award were honored primarily because of work they did before 1975. The 1993 recipients were those who worked to ensure passage of legislation in the later 1970s through the early 1980s. The recipients from 1994 on have been recognized for legislative advocacy benefiting the profession and the public in more recent years.

A commemorative pin and certificate is presented to each winner by the APA President at a special convention event at the APA Convention. Please nominate individuals who have a significant history of advocacy efforts as defined above and provide a statement that clearly documents the specific pieces of legislation passed and signed into law which their advocacy made possible.

Annual Deadline: March 15

Eligibilty

The Karl F. Heiser Award honors those psychologists who have given voluntarily of their time to define the discipline of psychology statutorily by state and federal laws and regulations through advocacy. Such laws and regulations include, but are not limited to, licensure, freedom of choice, Medicare, Medicaid, Workers Compensation, disability determination, mandatory mental health/substance abuse coverage, civil commitment, hospital practice, prescriptive authority, child protection and elder protection, etc. Advocacy efforts that have stopped the passage of laws inimical to psychology may also be recognized.

How to Apply

Nominations are sought that identify people in the states/provinces or APA Practice Divisions who should receive recognition for their work in advocacy. Individuals may be nominated regardless of dates/years when their contributions were made. The awardees will be chosen from the nomination pool by a distinguished panel of psychologists who have already been recipients of the award. If you are nominating more than one person, please submit a separate nomination for each nominee. Please nominate individuals who have a significant history of advocacy efforts as defined above and provide a statement that clearly documents the specific pieces of legislation passed and signed into law which their advocacy made possible.

Send nominations and a descriptive paragraph with specific details for each nominee by March 15 to: Jeffrey E. Barnett, PsyD, ABPP, Karl F. Heiser Award Coordinator. Electronic submissions only will be accepted. Please forward all nominations to Dr. Barnett.

Past Recipients

Advocacy is the lifeblood of the profession of psychology. It has helped to define, develop, protect, and advance the profession of psychology and to ensure that the needs and interests of those we serve are met.

Please find below for each year those that have received the Karl F. Heiser APA Presidential Award for Advocacy. They were recognized for successful volunteer advocacy efforts that have resulted in the successful passage of legislation or implementation of regulations that achieve these goals. Less than 0.5% of all licensed psychologists receive this important recognition. These psychologists truly are one of our profession's most valued assets.

2013

Bill Arnold, PhD, Idaho 
Barney Greenspan, PhD, Idaho 
Mary Coakley-Welch, PhD, Massachusetts
Roger Cohen, PhD, Massachusetts
Michael Goldberg, PhD, Massachusetts
Kenneth Laytin, PhD, Massachusetts
Karen Postal, PhD, Massachusetts
Kristin Rajala, Massachusetts
Celiane Rey-Casserly, PhD, Massachusetts
Joel Rosenbaum, PhD, Massachusetts
Claudia Rutherford, PhD, Massachusetts
Leisl Bryant, PhD, New Hampshire
John Cabibi, PhD, New Hampshire
Sheila Gardner, PhD, New Hampshire
Michael Kandle, PsyD, New Hampshire
Michael Phillips, PhD, New Hampshire
John Randolph, PhD, New Hampshire
Sandra Rose, PhD, New Hampshire
Claire Scigliano, PhD, New Hampshire
Deborah Warner, PhD, New Hampshire

2012

John Gavazzi, PsyD, ABPP, Pennsylvania
David Lechuga, PhD, California
Dean Paret, PhD, Texas
Brian Stagner, PhD, Texas

2011

Jaine Darwin, PhD, Massachusetts
David E. Hanna, PhD, Kentucky
David Weisner, PhD, North Carolina

2010

Norman Abeles, PhD, ABPP, Michigan
Rosalind Dorlen, PsyD, ABPP, New Jersey

2009

Gayle Berg, PhD, New York
Paul Burney, PhD, Texas
Chester Copeman, PhD, Virgin Islands
Dennis Girard, EdD, Massachusetts
Jessica Grayson, MS, Ohio
Ronald Ross, PhD, Ohio
Cathy McDaniels Wilson, PhD, Ohio

2008

Lisa R. Grossman, PhD, JD, Illinois
Donald McAleer, PsyD, Pennsylvania

2007

Stephen Bloomfield, EdD, Florida
Walter Cubberly, PhD, Texas
David B. Kazar, PhD, Florida
Gilbert H. Newman, PhD, California
David Rudd, PhD, Texas 
Melba J.T. Vasquez, PhD, Texas
William L. Wallace, PhD, California

2006

Anne Louise Barrick, PhD, North Carolina
Susan Chandler, PhD, California
Robin Deutsch, PhD, Massachusetts
Robert Fein, PhD, Massachusetts
James M. Georgoulakis, PhD, JD, Texas
Rachel Heiss, PhD, Iowa
Robert Kinscherff, PhD, JD, Massachusetts
Paul Lipsitt, PhD, LLB, Massachusetts
Chad Morris, PhD, Colorado
Joseph Rosenfeld, Pennsylvania
Salvador Santiago-Negron, PhD, Puerto Rico
Gary Souheaver, PhD, Arkansas

2005

Ann Carson, PhD, California
Mark Hogue, PhD, Pennsylvania
Paul Kettlewell, PhD, Pennsylvania
Maria Lifrak, PhD, New York
David Rudd, PhD, Texas
Patricia Watson, PhD, Michigan

2004

Glenn A. Ally, PhD, Louisiana
Michael Berard, PhD, Louisiana
John F. Bolter, PhD, Louisiana
Anita Brown, PhD, Maryland
Cathy O. Castille, PhD, Louisiana
Bobbie Celeste, PhD, Ohio
Norine G. Johnson, PhD, Massachusetts
Faith Kindler Kaplan, PhD, Ontario
Lawrence E. Klusman, PhD, Louisiana
Warren C. Lowe, PhD, Louisiana
David S. Post, PhD, Louisiana
James W. Quillin, PhD, Louisiana
Morgan T. Sammons, PhD, California
Samuel Webb Sentell, PhD, Louisiana
Linda R. Upton, PhD, Louisiana
RobertD. Younger, PhD, Louisiana

2003

G. Andrew Benjamin, JD, PhD, Washington
Robert A. Brown, PhD, Maryland
Eric Garfinkel, PhD, New York
Sallie E. Hildebrandt, PhD, California
Vanessa Jensen, PsyD, Ohio
Rosemarie Scolaro Moser, PhD, New Jersey

2002

Jeffrey E. Barnett, PsyD, Maryland
Franklin H. Goldberg, PhD, New York
Jan D. Hembree, PhD, Virginia
Nadine J. Kaslow, PhD, Georgia
Elaine S. LeVine, PhD, New Mexico
E. Mario Marquez, PhD, New Mexico
Edmund J. Nightingale, PhD, Minnesota
Stanley Rosner, PhD, Connecticut
Mario J. Scalora, PhD, Nebraska
Andrew Short, PhD, North Carolina
William D. Spaulding, PhD, Nebraska
Charles A. Thomas, Jr., PhD, Col. USA (Ret.), Virginia
Daniel L. Ullman, PhD, Nebraska
Star Vega, PhD, California

2001

Nancy W. Bacher, PsyD, Florida
David R. Cox, PhD, North Carolina
Sandra R. Harris, California
Mark Hinterthuer, PhD, Arkansas
John R. Hogg, PhD, Missouri
Suzanne S. LeSure, PhD, Ohio
Stephen A. Ragusea, PsyD, Pennsylvania
Ana A. Rivas-Vazquez, PhD, Florida
Debra A. Sanchez, PhD
Marsha B. Sauls, PhD, Georgia
Gary R. Schoener, M. Equiv., Minnesota
Michael, Schwarzchild, PhD, Connecticut
Michael B. Spellman, PhD, Florida
Judith R. Steward, PhD, Florida

2000

Mamie C. Balajadia, EdD, Guam
Honorable Ruth Balser, PhD, Massachusetts
John M. Bermudez, PhD, Colorado
Michael Galvin, PhD, Colorado
Lisa Kaley-Isley, PhD, Colorado
George Kallingall, PhD, Guam
Mary Kaven, PhD, New Mexico
Jennifer F. Kelly, PhD, Georgia
James J. Kiffer, PhD, Guam
Mary Kilburn, PhD, North Carolina
Rick McGraw, PhD, Texas
Russ Newman, PhD, JD, Ohio
Sanford M. Portnoy, PhD, Massachusetts
Sheila Pottebaum, PhD, Iowa
Michael Rigdon, PhD, Florida

1999

John D. Alcorn, PhD, Missouri
Kathryn P. Allen, PhD, Alabama
Philip Ash, PhD
Ann G. Barnard, EdD, Virgin Islands
Paul C. Berman, PhD, Maryland
James L. Bibb, PhD, Hawaii
Richard H. Cox, PhD
Eugene J. D'Angelo, PhD, Massachusetts
Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, Massachusetts
Paul E. Delfin, PhD, Pennsylvania
G. Rita Dudley-Grant, PhD, MPH, Virgin Islands
Jerry R. Grammer, PhD, Texas
David N. Greenfield, PhD, Connecticut
Patricia I. Johnson, PhD, Arizona
Nancy A. McGarrah, PhD, Georgia
Robert H. McPherson, PhD, Texas
Richard W. Millard, PhD, New York
Honorable Timothy F. Murphy, PhD, Pennsylvania
Connie S. Paul, PhD, Tennessee
Lawrence Peterson, PhD
Randy E. Phelps, PhD, Texas
Elaine Rodino, PhD, California
Thomas W. Stacy, PhD, Maryland
Chris E. Stout, PsyD, MBA, Illinois
Lenore E. Walker, EdD, Florida

1998

Joe Alford, PhD, Arkansas
Amanda Armstrong, PhD
Bruce Brian, PhD
Peter Carson, PhD, Florida
Thomas J. DeMaio, PhD, Virginia
Jack Farrar, PhD, Georgia
Dean Given, PhD, California
Ken Herman, PhD, JD, Massachusetts
Lucy A. Homans, EdD, Washington
Leonard A. Jason, PhD, Illinois
Karuna Joshi-Peters, PhD, Hawaii
Hy Kempler, PhD, Massachusetts
Judith A. Kovach, PhD, Michigan
Lance Laurence, PhD, Tennessee
Gary B. Melton, PhD, South Carolina
James A. Mulick, PhD, Ohio
John Nicoletti, PhD, Colorado
David L. Niemeier, PhD, Virginia
John Northman, PhD, New York
Judith K. Olson, PhD, Wyoming
Mitchell Rosenthal, PhD
Thomas Sims, PhD, New Mexico
David Smoot, PhD, North Carolina
Cal VanderPlate, PhD, Georgia
Mark J. Watt, PhD, JD, Wyoming
Danny Wedding, PhD, Missouri

1997

Antoinette Anker, PhD, Colorado
Barry Anton, PhD, Washington
Kenneth W. Bohm, PhD, Missouri
Paul W. Brewer, PhD, Arizona
Elode Brodbeck, PsyD
Kathleen S. Brown, PhD, Hawaii
Carol Carver, PhD, Oregon
Charles Cooper, PhD, North Carolina
Andrew F. Czopek, Colorado
Lyle D. Danuloff, PhD, Michigan
Robert B. Doyle, PhD, Arkansas
Helene West Feldman, PhD, California
James R. Frederick, PhD
Margery H. Krieger, PhD
Loretta Kroin, PhD, Indiana
Martin R. Levy, PhD, Arizona
Charles D. Maurer, PhD, ABPP, Washington
Larry McCauley, EdD, Oklahoma
Robert Neems, PhD, Connecticut
Stephen M. Pfeiffer, PhD, California
Rosalea Schonbar, PhD, New York
Victoria Shea, PhD, North Carolina
Reuben Silver, PhD, New York
William E. Wilson, PhD, Pennsylvania
James Wulach, PhD, JD, New Jersey

1996

Laurence Abrams, PhD, Texas
J. G. Benedict, PhD, Colorado
Scott Blackwell, PhD, New Mexico
H. Daniel Blackwood, PhD, Arizona
Bernard Brucker, PhD, Florida
Susanne M. Bruyere, PhD, New York
William V. Burlingame, PhD, North Carolina
Linda F. Campbell, PhD, Georgia
Allen Carter, PhD, Georgia
John Cline, PhD, Connecticut
Don Crowder, PhD, Wisconsin
Robert E. Erard, PhD, Michigan
Jud Finley, PhD
Walter Fo, PhD, Hawaii
Robert Frank, PhD, Missouri
Joseph French, EdD, Pennsylvania
Alan Groveman, PhD, New Jersey
Eric Johnson, PhD, ABPP, Oregon
Honorable William Kennemer, PhD, Oregon
Samuel Knapp, EdD, Pennsylvania
Francis S. Koenig, PhD, New Mexico
Zita Levin, PhD, Pennsylvania
John Linton, PhD, West Virginia
George Litchford, PhD, New York
John Mallet, PhD, Georgia
Joseph Marceil, PhD, Wisconsin
William D. McEchron, PhD, Iowa
Larry Morris, PhD, Arizona
Terri Needels, PhD, California
David Nevin, PhD, New York
Ralph T. Packard, PhD, Utah
Lynn Pantano, PhD, Michigan
Michael Pattinson, PhD, Arizona
Harry Rieff, PhD, Florida
Nina Rossomando, PhD, Connecticut
Ilene Rothgeb, PhD, Virgin Islands
Michael Sabourin, PhD
William Safarjan, PhD, California
William Samek, PhD, Florida
Sandra Shullman, PhD, Ohio
Linda Silber, PhD, North Carolina
Robert Singer, PhD, Massachusetts
Mark Stein, PhD, New York
Judith Steller, PhD, LP, Minnesota
Carolyn Stimel, PhD, Florida
George Stricker, PhD, New York
Honorable Ted Strickland, PhD, Ohio
Sandra Tars, PhD, New York
Patricia Todman, PhD, Virgin Islands
Garret Yanagi, PhD, Hawaii

1995

Daniel Abrahamson, PhD, Connecticut
Catherine Acuff, PhD, Connecticut
William Albott, PhD, Kansas
Robert Arnio, PhD, South Dakota
George S. Baroff, PhD, North Carolina
Thomas Bartsch, PhD, West Virginia
John R. Bond, PhD, Hawaii
Sarah Brennan, PhD, New Mexico
William L. Buchanan, PhD, Georgia
Honorable Judy Ann Buffmire, PhD, Utah
Mathilda B. Canter, PhD, Arizona
Ellen Caringer, PhD, Hawaii
John R. Day, PhD, Illinois
Thomas R. DiBartolomeo, PhD, Arizona
Elena Eisman, EdD, Massachusetts
Anthony Gillette, PhD, Wisconsin
Seymour Z. Gross, PhD, LP, Minnesota
Judy E. Hall, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Sandra S. Hoffman, PhD, Georgia
Reuben Horlick, PhD, New York
Lynne M. Hornyak, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Matthew P. Janicki, PhD, Illinois
Arthur J. Lewandowski, PhD, Michigan
Jimmy L. Middlebrook, PhD, Georgia
Martin Norman, PhD, Massachusetts
George W. O'Neill, PhD, North Dakota
Deems Ortega, PhD, Iowa
Albert B. Paige, PhD, Washington
Steven W. Peltier, PhD, LP, Minnesota
Jack Plummer, PhD, Connecticut
William Pollack, PhD, Massachusetts
Antonio E. Puente, PhD, North Carolina
Tomothy Reisenauer, PhD, Washington
Craig Robinson, PhD, Hawaii
Elizabeth A. Robinson, PhD, Washington
Ronald H. Rozensky, PhD, ABPP, Illinois
Susan T. Rydell, PhD, Minnesota
Paul G. Schauble, PhD, Florida
Terry L. Scritchlow, PhD
Vernon Sisney, PhD, Oklahoma
Anita O. Solomon, PhD, Maryland
Richard Sternlof, PhD
Mary L. Tenopyr, PhD, New Jersey
Robbie Thomas-Knight, PhD, Arkansas
William T. Tsushima, PhD, Hawaii
Thomas J. Vaughn, PhD, Oklahoma
Chris Wehl, PhD, Utah
C. Brady Wilson, PhD, Arizona

1994

Jean Adair-Leland, PhD, Hawaii
Jack S. Annon, PhD, Hawaii
Richard C. Baither, PhD, Virginia
Allan Barclay, PhD, Missouri
Donald Bernstein, PhD, New Jersey
Bruce Bobbitt, PhD, Minnesota
Rochelle J. Brandl, PhD, Minnesota
James Bray, PhD, Texas
Robert Browning, PhD, Indiana
Alice Chang, PhD, Arizona
John Stuart Currie, PhD, Georgia
Alan Entin, PhD, Virginia
Susan E. Erbaugh, PhD, Minnesota
William E. Foote, PhD, New Mexico
Samuel Friedman, PhD, Wisconsin
Alan Gessner, PhD, Florida
Roger Hatcher, PhD, Illinois
Margaret Heldring, PhD, Washington
Bertram P. Ibelle, PhD
C. Dawne Kimbrell, PhD
Paul Kimmel, PhD, California
Neil M. Kirschner, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Joseph Kobos, PhD, Texas
Daniel B. Matthews, PhD, Texas
Charles McDonald, PhD, Texas
Michael J. Murphy, PhD, Indiana
Katherine Nordal, PhD, Mississippi
John R. Paddock, PhD, Georgia
Ruth U. Paige, PhD, Washington
Jean Rossi, PhD, Illinois
Janice Sargent, PhD, Utah
T. Richard Saunders, PhD, Maryland
Sheila A. Schuster, PhD, Kentucky
Peter L. Sheras, PhD, Virgina
Michael Sullivan, PhD, New York
George Taylor, PhD, Georgia
John P. Thorn, PhD, Idaho
Silke Vogelmann-Sine, PhD, Hawaii
Honorable Page Walley, PhD, Tennessee
Douglas Wear, PhD, Wyoming
William Weitz, PhD, Florida
Carolina Yahne, PhD, New Mexico
Janet H. Young, PhD

1993

Steven L. Bair, PsyD, Alabama
Rodney R. Baker, PhD, Texas
Gordon Forbes Boals, PhD, New Jersey
Arthur M. Bodin, PhD, California
John F. Borriello, PhD, Washington
Patricia M. Bricklin, PhD, Pennsylvania
Joseph M. Byrne, PhD, Nova Scotia
Dorothy W. Cantor, PsyD, New Jersey
Mardi A. Carter, PhD
Jerry H. Clark, PhD, California
Howard Cohen, PhD, New York
Thomas H. Cook, PhD, Texas
John D. Corrigan, PhD, Ohio
Jonathan Cummings, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Garland Y. DeNelsky, PhD, Ohio
J. Wilbert Edgerton, PhD, North Carolina
Michael F. Enright, PhD, Wyoming
Charles A. Faltz, PhD, California
Frank Farley, PhD, Wisconsin
Roberta C. Ferguson, PhD, Nevada
William Parke Fitzhugh, PhD, Virginia
Ronald E. Fox, PhD, North Carolina
Robert L. Gleave, PhD, Utah
George Goldman, PhD, New York
Gerald Gordon, PhD, Nova Scotia
Rebecca Goz, PhD, North Carolina
Thomas Grundle, PhD, Wisconsin
Eric Harris, JD, EdD, Massachusetts
David L. Hayes, PhD, Ohio
Charles D. Hazelhurst, Jr., PhD
Max J. Heinrich, PhD, New York
Angela Herzog, PhD, Mississippi
Thomas Hollon, PhD, Florida
Casey Ann Hughes, PhD, Maryland
Richard W. Hurlbut, PhD, Wisconsin
Awad A. Ismir, PhD
Rick L. Jennings, PhD, Iowa
Ronald Kaplan, PhD
Nanci C. Klein, PhD, Utah
Ralph H. Kolstoe, PhD, North Dakota
Gerald P. Koocher, PhD, Massachusetts
James Kraeger, PhD, Rhode Island
Ronald F. Levant, EdD, Massachusetts or Florida
Elsie Go Lu, PhD, California
Matthew J. McDonald, PhD, Maryland
Kathleen McNamara, PhD, Hawaii
Peter Merenda, PhD, Rhode Island
Richard H. Mikesell, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Doris K. Miller, PhD, New York
Jerry Morris, PsyD, Missouri
Harold R. Musiker, PhD, Massachusetts
Jerry P. Nims, PhD, Nevada
C. Gerald O'Brien, Jr., PhD, Mississippi
Ruth Ochroch, PhD, New York
L. Stewart Olsen, PhD, Utah
Asher R. Pacht, PhD, Wisconsin
Donald Pauli, JD, PhD, Illinois
Nathan W. Perry, PhD, Florida
Joseph Pribyl, PhD, Illinois
Mary Kay Pribyl, PhD, Illinois
Brian Rines, PhD, Maine
Pierre Ritchie, PhD, Canada
Michael Roberts, PhD, Mississippi
Charles Rothstein, PhD, Maine
Craig Rypma, PhD, Iowa
Harry Sands, PhD, New York
Louis B. Schlesinger, PhD, New Jersey
Charles R. Schuster, PhD
John Daniel Searcy, PhD, North Carolina
Norma P. Simon, PhD, New York
Thomas C. Stein, PhD, West Virginia
Thomas T. Stigall, PhD, Louisiana
Mary Faith Tanney, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Arthur Teicher, PhD, New York
Murphy M. Thomas, PhD, Tennessee
Randolph Thrush, PhD, Wisconsin
Bryant Welch, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Carl Willis, PhD, Missouri
Ronald W. Wood, PhD, New York
Ronald D. Wynne, PhD, Maryland
David Yandell, PhD, Arizona

1992

Jules Barron, PhD, New Jersey
Ernest G. Beier, PhD, Utah
Albert A. Bell, PhD, Pennsylvania
Bruce E. Bennett, PhD, Maryland
Russell J. Bent, PhD, Florida
Theodore H. Blau, PhD, Florida
Lewis G. Carpenter, PhD, California
George Copple, PhD, Tennessee
Nicholas A. Cummings, PhD, Nevada
Mary Ellen Curtin, PhD, Kentucky
Patrick H. DeLeon, PhD, Washington
Gordon Derner, PhD, New York
Jack Donahue, Virginia
Herbert Dorken, PhD, California
Jack Dworin, PhD, Colorado
Raymond D. Fowler, PhD, Alabama
Herbert J. Freudenberger, PhD, New York
Morris Goodman, PhD, New Jersey
Melvin A. Gravitz, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Harry Fox Hess, PhD, Nevada
Evelyn F. Hill, PhD, Maryland
Oliver J.B. Kerner, PhD, Illinois
Arthur L. Kovacs, PhD, California
Ernest S. Lawrence, PhD, California
Eugene E. Levitt, PhD, Indiana
Howard B. Lyman, PhD, Ohio
Joseph B. Margolin, PhD, Washington, D.C.
Hermon W. Martin, PhD, Georgia
J. Leslie McCary, PhD, Texas
Robert L. McFarland, PhD, Illinois
Marvin Metsky, PhD, New Jersey
Stanley Moldawsky, PhD, New Jersey
Joseph Nellis, Esq., Washington, D.C.
Sidney A. Orgel, PhD, New York
Philip S. Pierce, PhD, Maine
Robert J. Resnick, PhD, Virginia
David A. Rogers, PhD, Ohio
Clarence J. Rosecrans, PhD, Alabama
Morris Roseman, PhD, Maryland
Vin Rosenthal, PhD, Illinois
Kenneth F. Schenkel, PhD, Georgia
S. Don Schultz, PhD, California
A. Eugene Shapiro, PhD, New Jersey
Max Siegel, PhD, New York
Leonard Small, PhD, New York
William F. Smith, PhD, Florida
Suzanne B. Sobel, PhD, Florida
Helen Sunukjian, PhD, Illinois
Milton Theaman, PhD, Florida
James Webb, PhD, Arizona
Robert Weitz, PhD, Florida
Jack G. Wiggins, PhD, Ohio
Allen V. Williams, PhD, New York
Diane Willis, PhD, Oklahoma
Logan Wright, PhD, Oklahoma
Rogers Wright, PhD, California
Francis A. Young, PhD, Washington
Harl H. Young, PhD, Tennessee