Distinguished Student Contribution

For graduate students who have made a distinguished contribution to research or practice, or who has performed exceptional service to Div. 44.

Deadline:

Sponsor: Division 44

Description

The division offers this award to a graduate student in psychology who has made a distinguished contribution to research or practice, or who has performed exceptional service to the division. Winners of this award represent the future of this division, and have taken leadership early in their careers to advance LGBT issues in psychology. Graduate program faculty are encouraged to nominate their students for this award; self-nominations are also encouraged.

Eligibility

Winners of this award represent the future of this division, and are students who have shown leadership in the advancement of LGBT issues in psychology.

How to Apply

Annual deadline: March 30

Graduate program faculty are encouraged to nominate their students for this award; self-nominations are also encouraged. 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

Skyler D. Jackson, MS and Kinton Rossman, MEd

2015

Brian R. Davis, MPhil, MA, Elliot A. Tebbe, MS and Elizabeth Weber, MA, EdM

2014

Julie M. Austen, PhD

2013

Eva Woodward

2012

Colt Meier, Ethan Mereish and Michael Parent 

2011

Melanie Brewster and Caroline Lippy

2010

Laura M. Alie and Keren Levahot

2009

lore m. dickey

2008

Tisha Wiley

2007

John Pachankis and Brandy Smith

2006

David W. Pantalone

2005

No award

2004

No award

2003

Francisco Sanchez and Kathy Banga

2002

Kimberly Balsam

2001

Silvestro Menzano

2000

Julie Konik

1999

no award

1998

James Cantor

1997

Neil Pilkington

1996

Barry Chung

1995

Jessica Morris

1994

Karen Jordan

1992

Pamela Brand and David Flaks