Outstanding Doctoral Student and New Professional Paper/Publication Award
M. Rosie Shrout, Ph.D., Purdue University
“The health consequences of stress in couples: A review and new integrated dyadic biobehavioral stress model”
This award recognizes outstanding professional achievement with an award to the best student or new professional paper/publication.
The recipient receives a $200 cash award, one year of section membership, and a plaque. The award is presented annually at the Families and Health Section (FH) annual meeting at the NCFR Annual Conference.
The applicant must be either a:
- a student who is seeking a degree in Family Science, human development, public health, nursing, psychology, sociology, or related field; or
- a new professional who has graduated in a field of study related to NCFR's mission and worked in the field for less than five years.
The applicant must also be a current member in NCFR and the FH Section. Not a section member yet? Joining is easy! Login to my.ncfr.org and click Join Additional Sections.
- FH Chair-elect sends a notice to all FH Section members each year announcing the opportunity to submit a paper for evaluation for this award; and
- applicants submit papers in APA formatting to the FH Chair-elect via email attachment (either Microsoft Word or pdf document).
- Only scholarly papers are considered. Scholarly papers are considered research, professional review, theoretical development or critique, or presentation of new methodology papers.
- Published papers may be considered. These must be prepared for blind review by the author(s) prior to submission.
- For submissions in which the student or new professional is a co-author, a statement of the applicant's contribution to the paper provided by at least one co-author must also be provided. This statement should be submitted via separate email from the co-author(s) to the Chair-elect.
June 1: Application deadline. Submit all materials to the FH Chair-elect, Daphne Hernandez.
August 15: The recipient is notified by this date