Awards Roundup: February 2016

APA Awards

Nancy Cartwright, Durham University

Selected to give the 2017 Carus Lectures to be delivered at the 2017 Pacific Division Meeting in Seattle, WA.

Béatrice Longuenesse, New York University

Selected to give the 2016–2017 Walter de Gruyter Stiftung Kant Lecture.

Louise Antony, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Selected to give the 2016–2017 Sanders Lecture.

Non-APA Awards

William Dudley, Williams College

Elected President of Washington and Lee University, beginning January 1, 2017.

Frank Fair, Sam Houston State University

Selected for Sam Houston State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences Wall of Honor.

Ted Sider, Rutgers University

Named the first Andrew W. Mellon Endowed Chair in Philosophy at Rutgers University.

John Snarey, Emory University

Appointed Franklin N. Parker Professor of Human Development and Ethics at Emory University and received the 2014 Kuhmerker Career Award from the Association for Moral Education.

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This post reflects awards reported since the previous roundup post.

The Blog of the APA features a monthly roundup of awards won by APA members. The APA tracks awards won by members for publication in its Proceedings and Addresses.  Information about awards is compiled from two sources: members who notify the national office directly about their awards, and publications that list award recipients from time to time.

You are encouraged to notify the national office of any awards you have received, so that these may be included in a future roundup post and in the Proceedings and Addresses. Notices should be sent to Erin Shepherd at erinshep@udel.edu.

If you would like links added to this post or changed, please contact Jeremy Cushing at jeremycushing@apaonline.org. Notices of awards omitted from this list should be sent to Erin Shepherd at erinshep@udel.edu.

 

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