Nominations for RC46 Awards for Toronto

Deadline for submissions: 31 May 2018

AWARD NUMBER 1

Lifetime Achievement Award in Clinical Sociology honours colleagues whose research and/or practice has significantly contributed to advances within clinical sociology. This award shall be a means of recognizing exceptional merit. The contribution should extend beyond the specialization in which the candidate has primarily worked and its scope should be widely recognized within the international clinical sociological community. The award will normally be presented to scholars at an advanced stage in their careers, with distinguished records of multiple contributions throughout their careers. At the time of nomination and award, the person must be a member in good standing of the ISA and RC46.

No self-nomination

NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. A nomination should include the candidate’s curriculum vitae, a nomination letter outlining the person’s contributions to clinical sociology, sample publications as well as three letters of support, which attest to the breadth of recognition within the research and practice community of these contributions. The person submitting the nomination should submit all material and letters as a package.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:

Tina Uys, chair tuys@uj.ac.za
Robert Sévigny, member robert.sevigny@umontreal.ca
Weizhen Dong, member weizhen@uwaterloo.ca

AWARD NUMBER 2

Award for an Outstanding Early Career in Clinical Sociology honours junior scholars (a person finishing her/his PhD or within 8 years – from the deadline for nominations – of receiving the PhD degree) who have shown outstanding commitment to clinical sociology and whose research has contributed in important ways to the advancement of the discipline. The body of work may include theoretical and/or methodological contributions. At the time of nomination and award, the nominee must be a student member or full member in good standing of the ISA and RC46.

No self-nomination

NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. Nominations must include a letter of nomination, a copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae, relevant writing/publications and letters in support of the nomination. The most compelling applications will have three to five letters from a variety of individuals able to speak to the qualifications in clinical sociology and the impact of the work of the nominee. The person making the nomination should obtain all the material and letters and forward them to the committee, with the nominee’s curriculum vitae, as a package.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE OUTSTANDING EARLY CAREER AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE

Emma Porio, chair eporio@ateneo.edu
Vincent de Gaulejac, member, v.gaulejac@wanadoo.fr
Mariam Seedat Khan, member, seedatm@ukzn.ac.za

AWARD NUMBER 3

Distinguished Scholarly Book Award honours a recent book in the field of clinical sociology. The book should have been published within the last four years (from the deadline for nominations). A single author/editor or the lead author/editor must be a member in good standing of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award.

Self-nomination allowed

NOMINATIONS AND SELF-NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. The nomination or self-nomination file must include a letter of nomination or self-nomination, a copy of the RC46 nominee’s vitae, a copy of the book for each committee member, two letters of support and any relevant additional material (e.g., book review, document citing the importance of the work for a policy decision). A copy of the complete file must be sent to each member of the awards committee including the chair. A single author/editor or the lead author/editor must be a member in good standing of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award. Only RC46 members are permitted to make nominations.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE DISTINGUISHED BOOK AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE (the book also may be sent separately) TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:

PLEASE CONTACT THE CHAIR FOR THE ADDRESS WHERE A COPY OF THE BOOK SHOULD BE SENT TO
Jacques Rhéaume, Chair, rheaume.jacques@uqam.ca
Rosemary Barberet, Member, rbarberet@jjay.cuny.edu
Jan Marie Fritz, Member, jan.fritz@uc.edu

AWARD NUMBER 4

Award for Outstanding Scholarship honours recent contributions – in the form of a journal article, book chapter or research report – to the field of clinical sociology. The publication or report should have been issued within the last four years (from the deadline for nominations).

Self-nomination allowed

NOMINATIONS AND SELF-NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. – including a letter of nomination or self-nomination, the curriculum vitae of the RC46 member being nominated, the publication or report and two letters of support – must be electronically submitted as a package to the chair of the awards committee. A single author or the lead co-author must be a member of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award. Only RC46 members are permitted to make nominations.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL
AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:
Melody Lehnerer, Chair, melodye.lehnerer@csn.edu
Jacques Rhéaume, Member, rheaume.jacques@uqam.ca
Rosemary Barberet, member, rbarberet@jjay.cuny.edu

AWARD NUMBER 5

Award for Distinguished Service honours recent service contributions to ISA Research Committee 46 and the field of clinical sociology. The contributions should have been made within the last three years (based on the deadline for submission for the award).

No self-nomination

NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. The nomination should include a letter of nomination emphasizing the service contributions, a curriculum vitae for the RC46 member who is being nominated and at least three letters of support. The nomination file must be submitted electronically as a package and should be sent to each member of the awards committee including the chair. The nominee must be a member of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award. Only RC46 members are permitted to make nominations.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:
Mariam Seedat Khan, Chair, seedatm@ukzn.ac.za
Jan Marie Fritz, Member, jan.fritz@uc.edu
Emma Porio, Member, eporio@ateneo.edu

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