The Henry David International Mentoring Award is presented annually to a member or affiliate of Division 52 who plays an exceptional mentoring role in an international context.
Henry David was a founding member of Division 52 and a significant contributor to international psychology. In honor of his contributions, Division 52 established the Henry David International Mentoring Award. The Award is presented annually to a member or affiliate of Division 52, who plays an exceptional mentoring role in an international context.
Mentoring may be defined by any of the following activities:
- A psychologist who has served as a mentor for international students or faculty member for at least three years.
- A psychologist who has mentored students in the area of international psychology, by training, educating, and/or preparing students to be active participants in international psychology.
- A senior psychologist who has mentored early career psychologists who are now functioning as international psychologists.
- An international psychologist working outside of the United States who serves as a mentor on his/her campus or at his/her agency.
The award recipient will be recognized at the Division 52 Award Ceremony at the APA convention.
Nominations should include
- A 250 word cover letter
- Nominee’s CV
- 3 letters of endorsement from former or current mentees.
Nominations deadline is March 15, 2024
Questions? Please email Mentoring Award Committee Chair, Seong-in Choi at email@example.com.
The Henry David Mentoring Award Committee will review the nominations, and their recommendation will be reported to the Division 52 Board of Directors.
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Division 52 International Mentoring Award Recipients
2022: No recipient
2021: Charissa Cheah, PhD.
2020: Vaishali Raval, Ph.D.
2019: Chiachih DC Wang, Ph.D., University of North Texas
2018: Judith Gibbons, PhD, St. Louis University, Emerita
2017: Ronald P. Rohner, PhD
2016: Helene Hoi-Lam Fung, PhD (non-U.S. based); Irene Lopez, PhD (U.S. based)
2015: Stefania Aegisdottir, PhD, Ball State University, USA
2014: John Romano, PhD; Diana Zelman, PhD
2013: Richard Velayo, PhD
2012: Brent S. Mallinckrodt, PhD, University of Tennessee
2011: Lawrence Gerstein, PhD; Tara Pir, PhD; Harold Takooshian, PhD
2010: Florence Denmark, PhD Raymond Fowler, PhD; Anthony Marsella, PhD
2009: Helen Verdeli, PhD
2008: Puncky P. Heppner, PhD
2007: Ani Kalayjian, PhD
2006: Kathleen Malley-Morrison, PhD
2003: Judith Torney-Purta, PhD; Narasappa Kumaraswamy, PhD
2002: Michael J. Stevens, PhD