Robert W. Goldberg Leadership in Education Award

Honor an outstanding educator whose work has enhanced the field of public service psychology.


Sponsor: Division 18


This award is in memory of Robert W. Goldberg and recognizes an educator with an outstanding record of teaching or training at any level of education—from high school to postgraduate continuing education. This person promotes learning and enhances the field of public service psychology.

  • The educator should have demonstrated leadership as a teacher, supervisor, mentor, and/or training director. 
  • The educator should embrace innovative approaches designed to foster new ways of teaching, new topics for teaching, or expanding psychology's role in the education of other health trainees. 
  • The educator demonstrates originality, creativity, and innovation in his or her work. Consideration will be given to the educator’s contributions that strengthen existing, or encourage new, beneficial relationships within an organization or with an external organization.
How to Apply

To submit a nomination, please provide the following:

  • three letters of nomination, one of which should be written by a current or former student
  • curriculum vitae

Submit nomination materials to Jennifer Snyder April 1, 2022.

Past Recipients

John E. Beauvais, PhD

Rebecca Miller, PhD

Yulia Landa

Robert D. Morgan, PhD

Allison N. Ponce, PhD

Stephen J. Wormith, PhD
Last updated: September 2021Date created: April 2015