Jenessa Shapiro Award for Contributions to Diversity and Inclusion
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THIS YEAR’S RECIPIENT
Markus Brauer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Jenessa Shapiro Award for Contributions to Diversity and Inclusion recognizes a faculty member who has had a direct and significant impact on the representation and experiences of underrepresented individuals in social/personality psychology and/or the broader community.
The award is named in memory of UCLA professor Jenessa Shapiro, who thought it was extremely important to promote diversity and inclusion in her lab, at the university, and in the field more generally. Jenessa took concrete actions to do this in a number of ways, ranging from volunteering for mentorship lunches at professional conferences to serving on committees to address issues of diversity within her departments as well as at the National Institutes of Health. She also engaged in countless other less visible activities to contribute to the goals of diversity, inclusion, and social justice that she never advertised.
Recipients of this award receive a $500 honorarium and accompanying plaque, which are presented at the annual Awards Ceremony held at the SPSP Annual Convention, as well as a complimentary one-year SPSP membership.
Individuals may self-nominate or be nominated by others.
- A bulleted list that describes how the nominee fits the criteria for this award
- OPTIONAL: Letters of support from up to three individuals (e.g. student mentees, colleagues) who are in a position to speak to the nominee’s qualifications for the awards.
- Nominee's current vita in electronic format.
Keith B. Maddox
Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell, Eden King
Yolanda Flores Niemann
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