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Message ID: 10894
Date: 2021-03-09

Author:Block, Stephanie D

Subject:DISSERTATION GRANT AWARD, KAREN SAYWITZ EARLY CAREER AWARD, and MID CAREER AWARD FOR WORK IN CHILD MALTREATMENT

Please feel free to reach out with any questions about our awards! Best, Steph The American Psychological Association Section on Child Maltreatment 2021 Award Announcements and Call for Nominations DISSERTATION GRANT AWARD The Section on Child Maltreatment (Section 1 of Division 37, APA) announces its annual dissertation grant award for 2021. A $400 grant will be awarded to one successful graduate student applicant to assist with expenses in conducting dissertation research on the topic of child maltreatment. The award includes a one-year free membership in the Section on Child Maltreatment. Applicants are requested to submit: 1) A letter of interest, indicating how the applicant would use the award funds toward the completion of the dissertation research; 2) A 100-word abstract; and 3) A proposal the research to be conducted, not to exceed five double-spaced pages (inclusive of tables, references, etc.) Applications will be reviewed by the Section Awards Committee. Please submit applications by April 16, 2021 to: Stephanie Block, Ph.D. Past-President, Section on Child Maltreatment Stephanie_Block@uml.edu Applicants will be notified of the decision in May. The award will be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. KAREN SAYWITZ EARLY CAREER AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING RESEARCH/SERVICE The Section on Child Maltreatment (Section 1 of Division 37, APA) is seeking nominations for its 2021 Early Career Awards. Starting this year, the Section Awards Committee is accepting nominations in either category (Outstanding Contributions to Research, or Outstanding Contributions to Practice), with each category being judged separately. Nominees should be professionals within ten years of receiving their terminal degree. They need not be a member of the Section. Self-nominations are welcome. Nominations should include an electronic copy of the following: 1) A summary of the nominee’s accomplishments to date and anticipated future contributions. This summary should describe the nominee’s major accomplishments related to the field of child maltreatment and how the nominee’s work has had an impact on the field; 2) The nominee’s current curriculum vitae; 3) A letter of support; and 4) Other relevant supporting material, as appropriate. Applications will be reviewed by the Section Awards Committee. Please submit applications by April 16, 2021 to: Stephanie Block, Ph.D. Past-President, Section on Child Maltreatment Stephanie_Block@uml.edu Applicants will be notified of the decision in May. The award will be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. The award includes a one-year free membership in the Section on Child Maltreatment. MID-CAREER AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING WORK IN CHILD MALTREATMENT The Section on Child Maltreatment (Section 1 of Division 37, APA) is seeking nominations for its 2021 Mid-Career Awards. The Section Awards Committee is accepting nominations recognizing outstanding teaching, policy, research, or clinical work at mid-career. Nominees should be professionals within 11-20 years of receiving their terminal degree. They need not be a member of the Section. Self-nominations are welcome. Nominations should include an electronic copy of the following: 1. A cover letter outlining the nominee’s accomplishments to date and impact on their field. This letter should describe the nominee’s major accomplishments related to the field of child maltreatment and how the nominee’s work has had an impact on the field; 2. The nominee’s current curriculum vitae; 3. One letter of support; and 4. Other relevant supporting material, as appropriate (e.g., no more than two articles authored by the nominee). Applications will be reviewed by the Section Awards Committee. Please submit applications by April 16, 2021 to: Stephanie Block, Ph.D. Past-President, Section on Child Maltreatment Stephanie_Block@uml.edu Applicants will be notified of the decision in May. The award will be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. The award includes a one-year free membership in the Section on Child Maltreatment. -- Stephanie D. Block, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Psychology 113 Wilder St., Suite 300 Lowell, MA 01854-3059 stephanie_block@uml.edu -- Stephanie D. Block, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Psychology 113 Wilder St., Suite 300 Lowell, MA 01854-3059 stephanie_block@uml.edu

Please feel free to reach out with any questions about our awards! Best, Steph The American Psychological Association Section on Child Maltreatment 2021 Award Announcements and Call for Nominations DISSERTATION GRANT AWARD The Section on Child Maltreatment (Section 1 of Division 37, APA) announces its annual dissertation grant award for 2021. A $400 grant will be awarded to one successful graduate student applicant to assist with expenses in conducting dissertation research on the topic of child maltreatment. The award includes a one-year free membership in the Section on Child Maltreatment. Applicants are requested to submit: 1) A letter of interest, indicating how the applicant would use the award funds toward the completion of the dissertation research; 2) A 100-word abstract; and 3) A proposal the research to be conducted, not to exceed five double-spaced pages (inclusive of tables, references, etc.) Applications will be reviewed by the Section Awards Committee. Please submit applications by April 16, 2021 to: Stephanie Block, Ph.D. Past-President, Section on Child Maltreatment Stephanie_Blockuml.edu Applicants will be notified of the decision in May. The award will be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. KAREN SAYWITZ EARLY CAREER AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING RESEARCH/SERVICE The Section on Child Maltreatment (Section 1 of Division 37, APA) is seeking nominations for its 2021 Early Career Awards. Starting this year, the Section Awards Committee is accepting nominations in either category (Outstanding Contributions to Research, or Outstanding Contributions to Practice), with each category being judged separately. Nominees should be professionals within ten years of receiving their terminal degree. They need not be a member of the Section. Self-nominations are welcome. Nominations should include an electronic copy of the following: 1) A summary of the nominee’s accomplishments to date and anticipated future contributions. This summary should describe the nominee’s major accomplishments related to the field of child maltreatment and how the nominee’s work has had an impact on the field; 2) The nominee’s current curriculum vitae; 3) A letter of support; and 4) Other relevant supporting material, as appropriate. Applications will be reviewed by the Section Awards Committee. Please submit applications by April 16, 2021 to: Stephanie Block, Ph.D. Past-President, Section on Child Maltreatment Stephanie_Blockuml.edu Applicants will be notified of the decision in May. The award will be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. The award includes a one-year free membership in the Section on Child Maltreatment. MID-CAREER AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING WORK IN CHILD MALTREATMENT The Section on Child Maltreatment (Section 1 of Division 37, APA) is seeking nominations for its 2021 Mid-Career Awards. The Section Awards Committee is accepting nominations recognizing outstanding teaching, policy, research, or clinical work at mid-career. Nominees should be professionals within 11-20 years of receiving their terminal degree. They need not be a member of the Section. Self-nominations are welcome. Nominations should include an electronic copy of the following: 1. A cover letter outlining the nominee’s accomplishments to date and impact on their field. This letter should describe the nominee’s major accomplishments related to the field of child maltreatment and how the nominee’s work has had an impact on the field; 2. The nominee’s current curriculum vitae; 3. One letter of support; and 4. Other relevant supporting material, as appropriate (e.g., no more than two articles authored by the nominee). Applications will be reviewed by the Section Awards Committee. Please submit applications by April 16, 2021 to: Stephanie Block, Ph.D. Past-President, Section on Child Maltreatment Stephanie_Blockuml.edu Applicants will be notified of the decision in May. The award will be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. The award includes a one-year free membership in the Section on Child Maltreatment. -- Stephanie D. Block, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Psychology 113 Wilder St., Suite 300 Lowell, MA 01854-3059 stephanie_blockuml.edu -- Stephanie D. Block, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Psychology 113 Wilder St., Suite 300 Lowell, MA 01854-3059 stephanie_blockuml.edu