The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI): An Interdisciplinary Association for Social and Behavioral Scientists
The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI):An Interdisciplinary Association for Social and Behavioral Scientists

ISS 2021 Mini Research Grant Program

ISSI is pleased to announce the launch of a new mini research grant program aimed at providing research support for current Ph.D. students and people who have received their Ph.D. within the last 10 years in the areas of self and identity, broadly defined.

 

We will award up to 3 mini grants per year at a maximum of $1000 each. The award funds are to be used to cover research expenses after the fact (i.e., the research does not need to be conducted already, but the grant funds can only be used to reimburse documented, already-paid-for expenses). Examples of appropriate research expenses are participant compensation via online data collection platforms (e.g., MTurk, Prolific), research-related equipment, software, etc. Neither salary- or travel-related expenses can be reimbursed.

 

The below pdf contains more information about eligibility and rules. The deadline is midnight of Thursday, September 30, 2021. If you have questions about eligibility or the application process, you can direct them to Serena Chen (serchen@berkeley.edu).

 

You must be a member of ISSI to apply. Click here for membership information. 

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2021 Distinguished Lifetime Career Award Winner

The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI) would like to congratulate Dr. Daphna Oyserman for winning the 2021 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.

 

Many thanks to this year's selection committee: Laurie O'Brien (chair), Jessica Tracy, and Michael Hogg.

2021 Outstanding Early Career Award Winner

The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI) would like to congratulate Dr. Sarah Gaither for winning the 2021 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.

 

Many thanks to this year's selection committee: Jennifer Bosson (chair), Shira Gabriel, and Mesmin Destin. 

2020 Self and Identity Best Paper Award

Holt, L. F., & Sweitzer, M. D. (2020). More than a black and white issue: Ethnic identity, social dominance orientation, and support for the black lives matter movementSelf and Identity, 19, 16-31.

 

Congratulation award winners! Click here for past awards. 

If you have an announcement that you would like to include, please email your request to Cathy Cox (c.cox@tcu.edu).

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