to Developmental Psychology recognizes distinguished
contributions to developmental psychology, including
contributions in research, student training and other scholarly
endeavors. Send to Michael E. Lamb, PhD, email@example.com.
• The Mentor Award in Developmental Psychology
recognizes an outstanding mentor of young scholars. Send to
Paul Harris, PhD, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Lifetime Contribution
to Developmental Psychology in the Service of Science and
Society recognizes an individual who has contributed to the
science of developmental psychology and has also worked to
apply developmental psychology to society. Send to Michael E.
Lamb, PhD, email@example.com.
Find more information on each at www.apadivisions.org/
Students: Attend the free Div. 15 Doctoral Student
Seminar in Toronto
The Graduate Affairs Committee of Div. 15 (Educational)
encourages graduate students to attend the free annual Div.
15 Doctoral Student Seminar, to be held in conjunction
with APA’s 2015 Annual Convention in Toronto, Aug. 6–9.
Attendees will meet distinguished researchers, work with
faculty to discuss their dissertation research and professional
identity development, and socialize with distinguished
faculty, early career faculty and soon-to-be colleagues. Div.
15 provides some meals and a small stipend for attendance.
Applications are due April 5. For full details, including an
official call and photos from recent seminars, go to http://
edpsych.us/docseminar. Direct questions to Ellen Usher
at firstname.lastname@example.org and Sungok Serena Shim at
Div. 40 congratulates its dissertation and thesis
Div. 40 (Society for Clinical Neuropsychology) presented
its $1,000 Dissertation Award to Samantha L. Allison of
Washington University, for her paper “Spatial Navigation in
Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease.” The division presented its $500
Thesis Award to Mark D. McCurdy of Drexel University for his
paper “Quantifying Neurological Risk Factors in Childhood
Brain Tumor Treatment: Practical Scales for Predicting
For information on applying for next year’s awards, contact
Brad Roper, PhD, at Brad.Roper@va.gov. n
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