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The WPA Awards and Fellows Committee reviews nominations for the following awards. A list of recent award recipients is posted here.
WPA Outstanding Teaching Award
The WPA Outstanding Teaching Award is given to a senior-level WPA member (minimum of 10 years in the field) who has demonstrated leadership in teaching and mentoring. Such evidence can come in the form of publications on teaching, grant awards for teaching, teaching awards from one’s campus or other regional, national, or international associations, and demonstrated effectiveness in teaching and mentoring of students.
WPA Early Research Award
The WPA Early Career Research Award is given to a WPA member relatively new in her/his career (10 years or fewer post-Ph.D.) who has demonstrated extreme promise in research. Such promise can be demonstrated through success in publishing articles, chapters, and books and through success in obtaining grants for research.
WPA Social Responsibility Award
The WPA Social Responsibility Award is given to an individual in recognition of substantial and influential work that facilitates peace, freedom, social justice, and/or protection of this planet’s natural environment.
WPA Enrico E. Jones Award in Clinical Psychology Research
This award honors the late Professor Enrico E. Jones of the University of California at Berkeley. The purpose of this award is to recognize the scholarship of an early career psychotherapy researcher (10 years or fewer post-Ph.D.), broadly defined as research in clinical psychology that has applications to psychotherapy.
The WPA Fellows Program is intended to honor those members of WPA who have made outstanding and sustained contributions to psychology through research, teaching, or service to the profession. WPA Fellow status is awarded to existing Fellows in APA or APS and members of the National Academy of Sciences or the American Academy of Arts and Sciences on their request. Fellow status is also awarded on the basis of nomination, including self-nomination. Candidates will be considered after ten years of postdoctoral contributions.
Nomination Procedure for WPA Awards and WPA Fellows
To be considered for an award to be conferred at the WPA conference in the spring, a letter of nomination (may be a self-nomination) describing the qualifications of the nominee along with a current Curriculum Vita of the nominee and supporting letters must be received the Chair of the WPA Awards Committee no later than December 1 (contact information below).
The nomination letter should include contact information for the people who will each provide a letter of support. It is the responsibility of the nominator to assure that supporting letters are sent, preferably by email.
WPA Teaching Award nominations must include supporting letters from three individuals.
WPA Early Research Award and the WPA Social Responsibility Award nominations must include one supporting letter; two if the nomination is a self-nomination.
WPA Enrico E. Jones Award in Clinical Psychology Research nominations must include one supporting letter, two if the nomination is a self-nomination. In addition, please include one scholarly paper (no more than 25 pages in length, including references, tables, and figures) that reflects the nominee’s empirical contributions to the clinical psychology research literature.
WPA Fellow nominations based upon Fellow status in APA, APS, or membership in the National Academy of Sciences or the American Academy of Arts and Sciences do not require any additional letters of support. Nominations based upon research contributions must include one supporting letter, two if the nomination is a self-nomination. Nominations based on teaching or service contributions must include three supporting letters.
All nomination materials should be sent by email with attachments to Dr. Dale Berger, Chair, WPA Awards Committee, at WPA.Awards@Sakai.Claremont.edu. Please identify all correspondence concerning a WPA award nomination with a Subject: line that begins with “WPA Award …”