Nominate one of your colleagues
Div. 1 (Society for General Psychology) seeks nominations for
its 2016 awards and distinguished lecture:
• The Arthur W. Staats Lecture for Unifying Psychology
is a talk to be presented at APA’s 2017 Annual Convention
in Washington, D.C., by a psychologist who has made
outstanding contributions toward integrating the diverse
subfields within psychology. The winner receives a certificate,
a medal and $1,000 at the presentation. The award is
sponsored by the American Psychological Foundation and
coordinated by Div. 1.
• The Anne Anastasi General Psychology Graduate Student
Award recognizes two outstanding students — one in the
first two years of graduate work and one who has completed
two years of graduate work. Nominees must submit a vitae
and research plan, plus a supporting letter from the student’s
advisor. Each winner receives $300.
• The William James Book Award honors a recent book
that brings together diverse subfields of psychology and related
• The Ernest R. Hilgard Award for a Career Contribution
to General Psychology recognizes an individual who has made
significant contributions to the Div. 1 ideals and mission.
• The George A. Miller Award for an Outstanding Recent
Article in General Psychology recognizes a recent paper that
contributes to the division’s ideals and mission.
Winners of the James, Hilgard and Miller awards will give an
invited address at the 2017 Annual Convention in Washington,
D.C., Aug. 3–6, and receive a certificate, a medal and $1,500.
Nominations and supporting materials are due Feb. 15.
Self-nominations are welcome.
For criteria and nomination information on each award,
visit www.apadivisions.org/division-1/awards/index.aspx or
contact Div. 1 Awards Coordinator Jocelyn Turner-Musa, PhD,
Recognize a brilliant teacher
Div. 2 (Society for the Teaching of Psychology) seeks
applications for fellow status and for two of its annual awards:
• The S TP Teaching Excellence Awards honor outstanding
teaching performance in six categories: four-year college or
university (Robert S. Daniel Teaching Excellence Award);
two-year college (Wayne Weiten Teaching Excellence Award);
high school (Mary Margaret Moffett Memorial Teaching
Excellence Award); first seven years of full-time teaching at any
level (Jane S. Halonen Teaching Excellence Award); graduate
Students: Fund your clinical
child or adolescent research
Div. 53 (Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent
Psychology) seeks nominations for four $2,500
Routh Research and Dissertation Grants, which
support outstanding student research in clinical
child and adolescent psychology.
Applicants must be student members of the
division, be enrolled in an APA-approved program,
and have a dissertation project that has been
approved by their advisor and their program
faculty. All applications must be submitted
electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org with the
subject heading “Routh Research and Dissertation
Grant.” Application details are at https://
-opportunities. The application deadline is March 1.