Outstanding Contributions to Ethics Education
This award is given annually to an APA member psychologist who demonstrates significant and outstanding contributions to the profession of psychology through ethics education activities. Previous years' award criteria have focused on innovation and overall significance of contributions to ethics education.
This year's award will recognize a psychologist whose contributions to ethics education have been primarily at the state, provincial or territorial (as opposed to national) level. The scope of ethics education may include applications to special populations or specific types of ethical issues.
A wide range of ethics education activities will be considered, such as presentations, courses and workshops, publications and online and other media presentations. This award is intended to recognize outstanding and innovative ethics education contributions, to promote and stimulate these activities, and to disseminate ethics education innovations.
The award recipient will receive a plaque and citation during the Ethics Committee's program at the APA Annual Convention.
Individuals currently serving on the APA Ethics Committee and APA Ethics Office Staff are not eligible to receive the award and letters of recommendation will not be accepted from current Ethics Committee members and associates.
Nominations and self-nominations are considered by the APA Ethics Committee each year. All nominations should be accompanied by:
- A statement addressing how the nominee meets the award selection criteria.
- A copy of the nominee's CV, highlighting ethics education and outreach activities.
Nominations should be submitted electronically with the subject heading "2017 Ethics Educator Award" by Monday, May 21, 2018.
Celia B. Fisher, PhD
Mary Alice Fisher, PhD
Michael C. Gottlieb, PhD
John D. Gavazzi, PsyD
Erica H. Wise, PhD
Donald Joseph Brunnquell, PhD
Jeffrey E. Barnett, PsyD
Karen S. Kitchener, PhD
Samuel J. Knapp, EdD