Nicholas Hobbs Award
This award is presented annually to a psychologist who exemplifies the ideals and devotion to child advocacy/policy characterized by Nicholas Hobbs.
Annual deadline: November 15
How to Apply
Nominations should be forwarded to the Div. 37 past president and should include the following:
A letter of nomination
A curriculum vitae
Two letters of support
Any pertinent supporting materials as desired, to be submitted for each nominee.
2010: W. Rodney Hammond, PhD
2009: Donald Wertlieb, PhD, Tufts University, Medford, Mass.
2008: Sheila M. Eyberg, PhD, University of Florida—Gainesville
2007: Brian L. Wilcox, PhD, University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Center on Children, Families, and the Law
2006: Karen Saywitz, PhD, University of California—Los Angeles
2005: Robert Friedman, PhD, University of South Florida
2004: John Weisz, PhD, University of California—Los Angeles
2003: Gail Goodman, PhD, University of California—Davis
2002: Joy Osofsky, PhD, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Medicine
2001: Barbara L. Bonner, PhD, Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma
2000: Aletha C. Huston, PhD, Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin
1999: Dante Cicchetti, PhD, Mt. Hope Family Center and University of Rochester
1998: Lawrence Aber, PhD, National Center for Children in Poverty, New York
1997: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, PhD, Center for Young Children and Families, Columbia University
1996: Donald K. Routh, PhD, University of Miami