Student Scholar Hispanic Women/Latina Award

The purpose of this award is to honor the scholarly contributions of a Section 3 student member who has conducted research and/or scholarly work that advances the psychology of Latinas/Hispanic women.

Sponsor: Division 35

Description

Submissions for consideration may include products based on degree-related work (e.g., dissertations) or other projects (class papers).

Eligibility

Any Section 3 student member who has conducted research and/or scholarly work that advances the psychology of Latina/Hispanic women.

How to Apply

Please email the following materials to Dellanira Valencia-Garcia, PhD.

  • One reference letter from the student's advisor or faculty mentor who can verify enrollment, address the merits of the student-initiated and student-developed product, provide a general reference about the nominee and discuss the nominee's commitment and potential for advancing Hispanic women/Latinas' issues.

  • 100-word abstract of scholarly product.

  • Two-three page cover letter (include full contact information).

  • Copy of scholarly product (10 pages max).

Past Recipients

2017-18
Brooke Rappaport

2016-17

Veronica Caridad Rabelo, MS, and Mary T. Guerrant, MS

2015-16

Catalina Perdomo

2014-15

Karina Cervantez

2013-14

Susana Martinez 

2012-13

Alicia Elizabeth Enciso

2011-12

Melva Torné-Boyd

2010-11

Cynthia E. Guzmán, PhD 

2008-09

Dellanira Valencia-Garcia, PhD 

2006-07

Patricia Gonzalez, PhD 

2005-06

Tiffany Schiffner, PhD

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