Ralph K. White Lifetime Achievement Award

The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: the Peace Psychology Division (48) of the American Psychological Association, is requesting nominations for its Ralph K. White Lifetime Achievement Award.

Sponsor: Division 48

Description
Embodied within the definition of this award is distinguished accomplishment of an individual whose theoretical and applied research in peace studies, including topics such as cooperation, social justice, war and aggression and/or conflict resolution, has inspired yet another generation of psychologists around the world. The prize is $1000 and the winner is invited to lecture at the APA convention following the one when her/his award is announced.
Eligibility
This award is open to members and non-members of Division 48 and to citizens of any country.
How to Apply

Nominations should include a curriculum vitae and a letter less than 300 words long, recognizing an individual who has made notable contributions to the integration of theory and practice in the field of conflict resolution. 

Send nominations via email to:

Society's Awards Committee
c/o Julie Meranze Levitt, PhD
33 E. Princeton Road
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Past Recipients
2014

Kathie Malley-Morrison, EdD

2013

Dean Pruitt, PhD

2009

Thomas Pettigrew

2008

Michael G. Wessells

2007

Fathali Moghaddam

2006

Richard Wagner

2005

Marc Pillisuk

2004

Paul Kimmel

2003

Doris K. Miller

2002

Ervin Staub

2001

No award

2000

Dorothy Day Ciarlo and Elise Boulding

1999

Brewster Smith

1998

Ethel Tobach

1997

Herbert Kelman

1996

Anatol Rappaport

1995

Morton Deutsch

1994

Milton Schwebel

1993

Jerome Frank

1992

Ralph K. White