B. F. Skinner Foundation New Researcher Award
This award recognizes innovative and important research in behavior analysis conducted within the first 10 years of receiving a doctorate. One applied and one basic award are given. In addition to a $250 award from Div. 25, through the generosity of the B. F. Skinner Foundation, recipients are given a $500 award.
To be eligible for this award a candidate must have received their doctorate no more than 10 years ago.
Nominations should include:
At least one letter of nomination.
A copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae.
Please send nominations electronically to April Kisamore.
2020: Basic: Andrew Craig, SUNY Upstate Medical University
Applied: Jason Vladescu, Caldwell University
2019: Basic: Mary Margaret Sweeney, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Applied: Brian Greer, Munroe-Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center
2018: Basic: Justin Yates, Northern Kentucky University
Applied: Jeanne Donaldson, Louisiana State University
2017: Basic: David Jarmolowicz, University of Kansas
Applied: Regina Carroll, West Virginia University
2016: Basic: Greg Jensen, Columbia University
Applied: Derek D. Reed, University of Kansas
2015: Basic: Josh Beckmann, University of Kentucky
Applied: Bethany Raiff, Rowan University
2014: Basic: Brian D. Kangas, Harvard Medical School
Applied: Anthony DeFulio, Western Michigan University
2013: Basic: Matthew T. Weaver, Mercyhurst University
Applied: Claudia L. Dozier, University of Kansas
2012: Basic: Ryan Ward, Columbia University
Applied: Jeffrey Tiger, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2011: Basic: Christopher Podlesnik, University of Michigan
Applied: Matthew Normand, University of the Pacific
2010: Basic: Paul Soto, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Applied: Michael Kelley, University of Southern Maine.
2009: Basic: Jonathan Pinkston, University of Texas Medical Center
Applied: Ellen Roscoe, The New England Center for Children.
2008: Basic: Federica Sanabria, Arizona State University
Applied: John Borrero, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
2007: Basic: Cynthia Pietras, Western Michigan University
Applied: Rachel Thompson, University of Kansas
2006: Basic: Timothy Shahan, Utah State University
Applied: Greg Hanley, University of Kansas
2004: David Richman, University of Kansas
2003: Sung Woo Kahng, Kennedy Krieger Institute
2002: Jim Carr, Western Michigan University
2001: Dorothea Lerman, Louisiana State University
2000: John Forsyth, State University of New York, Albany
1999: Randy Grace, University of Canterbury
1998: Jennifer Zarcone, University of Kansas
1997: Richard G. Smith, University of North Texas
1996: Timothy R. Vollmer, Louisiana State University
1995: Linda Cooper, University of Iowa
1994: Craig Kennedy, University of Hawai'i