Psychological Association Student
Pennsylvania Psychological Foundation in collaboration with the Pennsylvania
Psychological Association’s Committee on Multiculturalism established a Student
Multiculturalism Award in 2010.
The $300 award will be given to a psychology student who is
attending school in Pennsylvania and who produced a distinguished psychology
related work on issues surrounding multiculturalism, diversity, advocacy,
and/or social justice. The submission
may be a formal paper, or other product, such as a notable community service
project, work history or other activity that demonstrates considerable
sophistication in advancing the field’s understanding of, or ability to
positively impact, issues related to diverse populations.
The submission should include:
or actual work sample that meets the identified criteria for the award (all
documents, including dissertation presentations, must not exceed a 20 page
current resume or CV of the nominee;
letter of nomination from student or primary sponsor outlining the
qualifications of the individual for the award.
The deadline for submissions for this
award is February 23, and should be e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
5925 Stevenson Avenue Suite H
Harrisburg, PA 17112
The $300 award will be presented at an
Awards Ceremony on Friday, during the Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s
Annual Convention in Harrisburg, in June.
If you have questions about the award, please contact Tim
Barksdale, Psy.D., Chair, Committee on Multiculturalism, email@example.com or Eleonora Bartoli,
Ph.D., Award Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.