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Society awards

NEEPS Early Career  Award

The NEEPS Early Career Award is a special recognition for pre-tenured faculty who have
contributed significantly to the society, particularly in light of their tenure demands and the
establishment of their research program. The Award is given with the expectation that this
scholar will continue to contribute to NEEPS throughout their career.

NEEPS Fellows:

2023- Anastasia "Stacey" Makhanova

NEEPS Fellow Award Program

Achieving Fellow status in NEEPS is considered a high honor that is only allocated to scholars with 10+ years of post-doctoral experience (and at least three years of membership in NEEPS) who have clearly established an international reputation for their work. The NEEPS Board acts as the primary committee for this award – although the president is able to designate a subset of Board members to oversee this process (especially if a board member is up for an award). If a NEEPS board member is up for an award, the president will designate a subset of other board members to act as the recommending body. The president will make the formal determination based on the recommendations received. 

If you would like to nominate someone for the NEEPS Lifetime Achievement Award, Fellow Award, or Early Career Research Award, click here for more information. Nominations and application materials for all awards will be due on February 25, 2023, to the NEEPS President (rebecca.burch@oswego.edu).

     NEEPS Fellows:

     2o23 - Daniel Kruger, University of Michigan

     2021 - T.  Joel Wade, Bucknell University

     2020 - David Widman, Juniata College

     2019 - Maryanne Fisher, Saint Mary's University

     2019 - Rebecca Burch, SUNY Oswego

     2018 - Rose Sokol-Chang, APA Publishing

   

NEEPS Lifetime Achievement Award Program

Achieving a NEEPS Lifetime Achievement Award is considered the highest honor one can achieve within NEEPS. It is only considered for scholars with 20+ years of post-doctoral experience. A clear record of innovative work that has shaped the field is required of nominees. The focus here is on a combination of scholarship, mentorship, and legacy. The NEEPS Board acts as the primary committee for this award – although the president is able to designate a subset of Board members to oversee this process (especially if a board member is up for an award). If a NEEPS board member is up for an award, the president will designate a subset of other board members to act as the recommending body. The president will make the formal determination based on the recommendations received.

     NEEPS Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients:

     2020 - Glenn Geher, SUNY New Paltz

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