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Lifetime Achievement Award
Members are invited to nominate for this award in recognition and celebration of unusually significant and sustained contributions in a career in psychology education.
Recipients are invited to the Society’s Annual Conference, at which they are presented with a commemorative certificate.
Recipients are also offered Fellowship and Life Membership of the Society.
The Award is given as recognition of significant and sustained contributions over a career to psychology education.
Candidates must normally be resident in the UK, but need not be existing members of the Society.
A nomination statement clearly stating the grounds for the nomination should be sent to the Chair of the Psychology Education Board, c/o Kelly Auty, Policy Advisor (Psychology Education) at the Leicester Office.
Nomination statements should be supplemented by curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of three potential referees.
Advice on what to include within a nomination statement
Nomination statements should take the form of a narrative (1000 words maximum), highlighting the candidate’s grounds for proposal.
Conflicts of Interest
Nominators must declare all personal and professional conflicts of interest e.g. if nominating a spouse/partner or other relation.
If there is found to be a conflict of interest that has not been declared, the nomination will be withdrawn.
This will be appointed by the Psychology Education Board to select the recipient of the award, to include the Chair of the Board, The Chair of the Standing Committee on Pre-Tertiary Education and the Vice-Chair Teaching from the Division of Academics, Teachers & Researchers in Psychology.
- Impact on the candidate’s field of psychology
- Education Impact on students and colleagues
- The personal contribution of the candidate within their field of psychology education
- Overall evidence of achievement
Nominations are now open.
Deadline: 31 January in any given year.
2012 - Annie Trapp
2011 - Double award - Dr Richard Latto and Dr John Radford
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