Toni C. Antonucci
University of Michigan
Elizabeth Ligon Bjork & Robert A. Bjork
University of California,
E. Tory Higgins
(Photo by Bruce Gilbert)
About the APS Mentor Award
The APS Mentor Award recognizes psychology researchers and educators who have shaped the future directions of science by fostering the careers of students and colleagues.
A mentor can be many things: That professor or advisor who made a special effort, transforming our career paths; that inspirational researcher who influenced a larger group of scientists through broader efforts, such as leading an organization or laboratory, or through lecturing and conducting seminars and workshops. There may be other models as well, including for undergraduate institutions and applied settings.
The APS Mentor Award honors the importance of mentoring in our field as well as the dedication and impact of individuals with a distinguished record of teaching, advising, and encouraging students and colleagues who go on to have productive and influential research careers.
The Mentor Award committee seeks nominations for the APS Mentor Award. The nominee must be a member of APS to be considered for this award. Nominations should describe the nominee’s mentoring process as well as the impact of the mentor’s influence on the careers of students and/or colleagues. The APS Mentor Awards are presented each year at the APS Annual Convention.
View a list of Mentor Award Recipients
APS Mentor Award Committee
Phoebe Ellsworth (Chair), University of Michigan
David Buss, University of Texas at Austin
Susan Fiske, Princeton University
Edna Foa, University of Pennsylvania
Maryanne Garry, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Ramadhar Singh, Ahmedabad University, India