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2016 APPIC Awards

APPIC COMMITTEE SERVICE AWARD:

This award recognizes outstanding psychologists who demonstrate a history of excellence in innovative training and teaching in APPIC member internship and postdoctoral training programs, and have a history of outstanding work on an APPIC standing Committee.

Awardee: Elihu Turkel, Psy.D.

· Director of Psychology Training at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center - The Zucker Hillside Hospital

 

APPIC CONNIE HERCEY DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD:

This award was established to honor Connie Hercey’s 20+ years of service to APPIC as Executive Director before her retirement in 2010. The award will be presented as qualified recipients are nominated, with preference given to those who have served APPIC well over time in a meaningful way through service, projects, and leadership roles.

Awardee: Stephen McCutcheon, Ph.D.

· Director of Training at VA Puget Sound, Seattle

 

THE OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD IN TRAINING AND EDUCATION IN PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY:

This award is given to stimulate, recognize, and reward contributions to scholarly and applied knowledge related to psychology education and training, and is a collaborative effort between APPIC and TEPP. An outstanding contribution is broadly defined to include exceptional empirical, theoretical, conceptual, applied, and/or methodological contributions that substantially and significantly advance a particular topic or area within psychology education or training. The TEPP editorial staff nominates one paper per TEPP volume year to be considered by the APPIC Board.

Awardee: Robert Hatcher, Ph.D.

· Hatcher, R.L. (2015). The internship match: New perspectives from longitudinal data. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 9(4), 292-299.

 

APPIC AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN DIVERSITY TRAINING:

This award recognizes outstanding psychologists who demonstrate a history of excellence in innovative diversity training and teaching in APPIC member internship and postdoctoral training programs.

Awardee: Angelic D. Chaison, Ph.D.

 

APPIC AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TRAINING:

This award provides recognition of individuals for distinguished achievement in training and teaching in APPIC Member internship and postdoctoral training settings.

Awardee: Kurt Freeman, Ph.D.