Student/Early Career Professional Science-Practitioner Award
Funded by the AASP Foundation
This award will be given to a student or early career professional AASP member (ECP is within 2 years of receiving doctoral degree), who has demonstrated excellence in both the science of applied sport psychology (as evidenced by presentations and/or publications) as well as the practice of applied sport psychology (as evidenced by work in a variety of applied exercise and/or sport settings) in areas related to sport, exercise and performance psychology and/or areas relevant to critical socio-cultural (e.g. diversity, equity, inclusion) or public health issues (e.g. concussions, physical inactivity, bullying, etc.). Students/ECPs may self-nominate or be nominated by colleagues and/or mentors. A plaque, cash award of $250, and waiver of the conference registration fee for that year’s conference (paid by AASPF) will be awarded at the Annual Conference.
Nominees must meet the following criteria:
- Student or Early Career Professional (ECP) member of AASP.
- Have demonstrated excellence in both the science and practice of applied sport psychology in areas within applied sport psychology relevant to sport, exercise or performance psychology, critical socio-cultural or public health issues.
Any AASP member may nominate (or self-nominate) an AASP member for this award.
The nomination materials should include:
- Detailed information about the person’s work in areas within applied sport psychology relevant to critical public health issues.
- Submissions may be no more than two (2) pages single-spaced.
- Submission of a resume/curriculum vitae is required.
A three-person subcommittee from the AASP Foundation, including at least one AASP student member, will review the application(s).
*Deadline for this award: March 1 of each year.