This award honors an ASA member's outstanding contributions to sociological practice. The award may recognize work that has facilitated or served as a model for the work of others; work that has significantly advanced the utility of one or more specialty areas in sociology and, by so doing, has elevated the professional status or public image of the field as a whole; or work that has been honored or widely recognized outside the discipline for its significant impacts, particularly in advancing human welfare. The recipient of this award will have spent at least a decade of full-time work involving research, administrative, or operational responsibilities as a member of or consultant to private or public organizations, agencies, or associations, or as a solo practitioner. Nominations should include a one to two page statement and the vita of the nominee. PLEASE NOTE: The nominator should also included additionally three to four nomination letters for their nominee before sending the nomination to ASA. The nominator must also include the evidence supporting the claims made in the nomination letter(s). If these above requirements are not meant the committee will not be able to accept the nomination.
Send nominations to: American Sociological Association, c/o Governance, 1430 K Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005; fax: (202) 638-0882; e-mail email@example.com. The deadline to receive nominations for the 2018 award is January 29, 2017.
|Chloe E. Bird||1/1/2014||12/31/2016||Member|
|Jennifer A. Stoloff||1/1/2016||12/31/2016||Chair|
|Douglas S. Massey||1/1/2016||12/31/2018||Member|
|Lynne M. Casper||1/1/2016||12/31/2018||Member|
|Elizabeth A. Armstrong||1/1/2016||12/31/2018||Member|