Distinguished Scientific Contribution

The division offers this award for distinguished theoretical or empirical contributions to lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender psychological issues.

Deadline:

Sponsor: Division 44

Description

The winners of this award have made far-reaching and visionary contributions to the development of a science of LGBT psychology and have provided the science base for practice, education and the development of public policy. Many of these award winners are pioneers who first asked affirmative research questions about the lives of LGBT people, their families and their communities.

Eligibility

Award winners have a long history of being active contributors to the life of the division and are the lifeblood of this organization whose efforts we appreciate.

How to Apply

Annual deadline: March 30

Please send nominations electronically to Div. 44. Include a CV and a nomination letter that addresses the nominee's qualifications for the award.

Past Recipients

2016

Jonathan J. Mohr, PhD

2015

Bonnie Moradi, PhD

2014

Abbie E. Goldberg, PhD

2012

Margaret Rosario

2011

Brian Mustanski

2010

Kimberly Balsam

2009

Caitlin Ryan

2008

Nanette Gartrell and Jeffrey Parsons

2007

John De Cecco and Beverly Greene

2006

Henry Taylor and Robin Buhrke

2005

Ilan Meyer

2004

No award

2003

Steven E. James

2002

Steven Morin

1996

Charlotte Patterson

1995

Vickie Mays

1993

Celia Kitzinger

1992

Frederick Bozett

1991

Esther Rothblum

1990

Christine Browning and Kristin Hancock