The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI) is seeking nominations for its 2022 Distinguished Lifetime Career Award. This award is made annually to recognize a scientist who has made sustained and important contributions to our understanding of self and identity throughout their academic career. Candidates for the award are not restricted by discipline and membership in ISSI is not a requirement.
The award winner will be invited to present a distinguished address at the 2023 SPSP Self and Identity Pre-Conference (February 23rd in Atlanta, GA) where they will receive a plaque. ISSI will cover the award winner’s travel expenses to SPSP, up to $1000. The award winner will also be invited to submit an Award Address paper to the journal, Self & Identity.
Nominations should include a brief letter of nomination addressing the nature and impact of the nominee's contribution to the scientific study of self and identity, a copy of the nominee's CV, and no more than 3 PDFs of their work selected for their quality and relevance to the award. Please send nominating materials electronically to Shira Gabriel (email@example.com). Nominations are due by FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2022.
The selection committee (Shira Gabriel [Chair], Angel Gomez, & Daphna Oyserman) will make its recommendation to the ISSI Executive Committee and the winner will be selected by mid-June 2022.
The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI) seeks nominations for its 2022 Outstanding Early Career Award. This award is made annually to recognize and encourage a distinguished junior scientist who has made outstanding theoretical and empirical contributions to the scientific study of self and identity. Nominees should have completed their PhD no earlier than January 2012.
The International Society for Self & Identity (ISSI) is delighted to announce the awardees for our 2021 Mini Research Grant Program.
This was the inaugural year for this program, so we were very delighted to have received 48 proposals. These proposals spanned a wide range of topics on the self and identity and came from researchers from across the world. It was clear from these proposals that research on the self and identity is alive and well!
We were able to fund 6 proposals, submitted by the 6 individuals or groups below:
Hearty congratulations to each of the awardees!
Look out for next year’s call for mini grant proposals, which will likely come out around August 2022.
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