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Social Research, Policy, and Practice Section Awards

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Elaine M. Brody SRPP Thought Leader Award

The Elaine M. Brody Thought Leader Award is conferred by the Social Research, Policy, and Practice (SRPP) Section to a member of the section in acknowledgement of outstanding career contributions in social research, policy, and practice. 

The awardee receives a $500 cash prize and plaque that will be presented to the SRPP member at the SRPP Business Meeting and Awards Luncheon in Austin, TX in 2019. The awardee also will present a short “TED talk”-type presentation (7 minutes/7 slides) at the SRPP Business Meeting and Awards Luncheon.

The award, was established in 2009 and honors Elaine M. Brody a former SRPP section chair and a former GSA president. Her pioneering research in social gerontology focused on family caregiving and enhancing the well-being of older people.


Submission Deadline
March 31, 2019

Requirements

  • Nominee must be a member of the Social Research, Policy & Practice section for at least five years.
  • Nominee must have published in research, policy, and/or practice publications within the past five years.
  • Application contents must inlcude: 
    • A single nomination letter signed by at least three (3) supporters that addresses the nominee’s contribution, influence, and impact on research, policy and/or practice in the field of gerontology.
    • Nominee’s Curriculum Vitae or Resume.
    • A digital copy of at least one, and not more than five, relevant policy/practice/research publication(s).

Nomination Process
Nomination submission closed on March 31, 2019.

Past Awardees
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Carroll L. Estes SRPP Rising Star Award

The Carroll L. Estes Rising Star Award is conferred by the Social Research, Policy, and Practice Section to a member of the section in acknowledgment of outstanding early career contributions in social research, policy, and practice.

The awardee receives a $300 cash prize and plaque that will be presented to the SRPP member at the SRPP Business Meeting and Awards Luncheon in Austin, TX in 2019. 

The award was established in 2009 and honors Carroll L. Estes, a distinguished gerontological researcher, a tireless advocate for older persons, a former SRPP section chair, and a former GSA president.

Submission Deadline
March 31, 2019

Requirements

  • Nominee must be a member of the SRPP section for at least two years.
  • Nominee must have a graduate degree and must be within five years of receiving that degree.
  • Application contents must inlcude:
    • A single nomination letter signed by at least three (3) supporters that addresses the contributions of this nominee to research, policy and/or practice.
    • Nominee’s Curriculum Vitae.
    • A digital copy of at least one, and not more than five, relevant research, policy and/or practice publication(s).

Nomination Process
Nomination submission closed on March 31, 2019.

Past Awardees
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Outstanding Student Poster Award

The Social Research, Policy, and Practice Outstanding Student Poster Award recognizes a current SRPP student member, graduate or undergraduate, for excellence in research as reflected in an outstanding research poster presentation. The award hopes to encourage outstanding research.

Finalists will be selected from the current year's accepted poster abstract and required to attend the 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting (including the SRPP Business Luncheon Meeting). The finalists must make an oral presentation about their posters to the Committee judges during poster face-to-face time, and also present their poster to the wider audience of meeting attendees. 

Final Submission Deadline

All 2019 accepted SRPP student poster abstracts will be automatically considered.

Requirements

  • Applicants must be registered student members of the Social Research, Policy, and Practice (SRPP) section.
  • The poster must address a significant research, policy or practice topic. It must be research-based, conceptual or analytical, and contribute to the body of knowledge on aging.
  • The poster must be of publishable quality.
  • The poster must include sound methodology appropriate to the issues under investigation.
  • The poster must discuss practice and policy implications.
  • The poster must identify the institution with which the student is affiliated.
  • The poster must include a separate statement to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. from a faculty mentor verifying that the work was done while the applicant was a student, and that it represents the student's efforts.

Students with an accepted poster abstract will receive an e-mail notifying them in August if they have been selected as a poster finalist.

Nature of Award
The recipient (author of winning poster) receives $500, a certificate, and is recognized at the Social Research, Policy, and Practice Section Business Luncheon Meeting and Award Presentation at the 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, TX.

Past Awardees
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