The University of Louisville Grawemeyer Awards

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John Grohol PsyD

Jan 17, 2007, 8:16:42 AM1/17/07
The University of Louisville Grawemeyer Awards program is proud
to announce the 2008 award in Psychology. The purpose of this award
is to highlight outstanding ideas in the science of Psychology and to
make them available to a wide audience. Submissions may address a
wide range of topics in Psychology. Nominations will be judged on the
basis of originality, creativity, scientific merit, and breadth of
impact on the field of Psychology.

The Nomination Process

The University invites nominations from throughout the world by
individuals, professional associations, university presidents and
administrators, and publishers or editors of journals and books
in Psychology.

The Nominator Must Submit the Following:

- A one-to-two-page letter of nomination in English identifying the
specific idea being nominated and delineating the reasons why the
entry merits the award, based on the criteria listed above.

- A current mailing address, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail
address for the nominee.

The Selection Process

Upon receipt of a letter of nomination, the nominee will be sent a
Nominee Form explaining the award conditions and detailing the
support materials needed to complete the nomination. An outline of the
selection process also will be sent.

Send Submissions to:

Chair, Psychology Grawemeyer Committee,
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292 U.S.A.

Telephone 502-852-0430

Nomination Deadline: February 19, 2007
Supporting Materials Deadline: March 19, 2007
Winner Announced Fall 2008

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