Earl Alluisi Award for Early Career Achievement

This award recognizes outstanding achievements made by a psychologist within 10 years of receiving their PhD.

Sponsor: Division 21

Description
Recipients of the Earl Alluisi award are expected to deliver an oral presentation of approximately 45 minutes as part of the Division 21 program at the next annual meeting of the APA. The presentation will address a scientific or technical topic reflecting the research contributions of the recipient.
Eligibility
To be eligible for this award the candidate must have received their PhD within the last 10 years.
How to Apply

Please provide the following support for your nomination.

  1. Attach a letter showing the contributions your nominee has made to the field of applied experimental/engineering psychology. The Awards Committee believes that potential recipients will have contributed by virtue of (1) research and publication, (2) special new contributions, e.g., equipment or techniques, or (3) contributions to theory, etc. Please demonstrate how your candidate is exceptional with respect to one or more of these criteria. 

  2. Attach the candidate‚Äôs vita. 

  3. Please send this form or a nominating letter and supporting documentation to the Awards Committee Chair listed under Contact Information on the Division 21 web site.

E-mail submissions are encouraged.

Past Recipients

2010

Bruce Walker

2009

Nicole Vu

2008

Frank Drews

2007

Robert Gray

2006

No Award

2005

Regina Colonia-Willner

2004

Greg Trafton

2003

Douglas A. Wiegmann

2002

Florian G. Jentsch

2001

No Award

2000

No Award

1999

Nadine B. Sarter

1998

Mark F. St. John

1997

Wendy A. Rogers

1996

No Award

1995

Anthony D. Andre