Margaret Gorman Early Career Award

Award to individuals with innovative research in psychology of religion with broader implications for scholarship.

Deadline:

Sponsor: Division 36

Description

This award is offered to an individual whose innovative research in the psychology of religion is marked by scholarly excellence and has implications for theory, practice or further research.

Eligibility

The recipient of the award must have completed the doctoral degree within ten years of the submission deadline. We are also not guaranteeing program time or giving a monetary award.

How to Apply

Nominations for this award should include a brief statement explaining why the nominee deserves the award as well as a copy of the nominee's CV. Self-nominations are welcome. 

Please send a single document containing all materials (as either a PDF or MS Word document) to Awards Committee Chair Crystal Park (secondary email). Deadline for the current cycle of awards is March 31, to be given the subsequent year.

Past Recipients

2017

Jesse Preston

2016

Hisham Abu-Raiya

2015

Will Gervais

2014

Uffe Schjoedt

2013

Jessie Dezutter

2012

Azim Shariff

2011

Jamie Aten

2010

Pehr Granqvist

2009

Adam Cohen

2008

Nat Wade

2007

Bart Duriez

2006

Mark E. Koltko-Rivera

2005

Vassilis Saroglou

2004

Israela Silberman

2003

Julie J. Exline

2002

Todd W. Hall

2001

W. Paul Williamson

2000

Michael E. McCullough

1999

Crystal L. Park

1998

None

1997

Christopher Burris