BIPOC Student Award:
Award: $100.00, certificate, and submission to be posted on the Community Psychology section website
Information: In recognition of the work of Black, Indigenous, and Students of Colour in and with their communities, this award will be given to a BIPOC student whose project or research relates strongly to community psychology. The submission does not need to be associated with a presentation at the CPA convention but can be related to any research project, advocacy work, and/or community/volunteer project for which the student is involved during the period of September to August for the award year.
Eligibility: BIPOC Students currently enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctoral level program at a Canadian university. Student nominees must be directly involved in the project or research. Students can submit an application or be nominated for this award. Preference will be given to nominees who are student members of the Community Psychology Section.
Application Procedure: Other students, faculty, or community members can submit a brief (no more than 500 words) report of the student they are nominating describing the project or research the student is currently involved in and how it contributes to social justice. Students can also self-nominate. Please submit an application directly to the Community Section Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. Annual Deadline is May 15.
The successful applicant will receive email confirmation of receipt of the award. The presentation of the award will take place at the Community Psychology Section Business Meeting.
- 2021 – Noor Sharif
Patrick O’Neil Student Award:
Amount: $100.00 and certificate Information: Given to the student with the strongest submission in the Community Psychology Section at the annual convention of the CPA. The presentation can be in any format (i.e., poster, oral presentation).
Eligibility: Applicants must be first author of a presentation accepted in the Community Section at the CPA Annual Convention. Applications are invited from student members of the Community Section who are in good standing. Students may be enrolled at the undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctoral level program at a Canadian university. You may join the Community Section via the CPA website.
Application Procedure: All students whose presentations have been accepted within the Community Psychology Section program are invited to apply; to be eligible you must submit a brief (no more than 500 words) report of the project you are presenting including how your presentation contributes to the field of community psychology (using APA format) and a CV. Please submit your application directly to the Community Section Chair at email@example.com. Annual deadline is May 15.
The successful applicant will receive email confirmation of receipt of the award. The presentation of the award will take place at the Community Section Business Meeting.
- 2021 – Maryann Roebuck