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INS AWARDS

EARLY CAREER RESEARCH, BENTON AWARD, LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The Board of Governors has created an awards program which is intended to recognize the achievements of our members.  In addition to the Benton award, which has been used to recognize scientific achievements of individuals in the middle of their career, the program includes recognition of research achievement for early career and lifetime contributions.  The program also includes lifetime achievements awards for education and service. 

                         Early Career Award Winners
                         Benton Mid-Career Award Winners
                         Lifetime Achievement Award Winners
 

THE PAUL SATZ-INS CAREER MENTORING AWARD (SPONSORED BY PAR, INC.)

PAR, Inc, in conjunction with the Society, has established an award to honor the contributions of Dr. Paul Satz. This award is bestowed upon an individual whose mentoring/teaching activities have made a profound impact on careers of students in the field of neuropsychology. An award will be presented at each meeting of the Society based on the merits of nominations received.   Paul Satz Award Winners

NELSON BUTTERS AWARD

The Society has established an award to honor the contributions of Dr. Nelson Butters and to recognize the impact he has had in the area of training. The prize will be awarded for the best research presented by a post-doctoral fellow and is given at both the Annual and Mid-Year meeting. The recipient is selected by the Program Chair, at his/her discretion, from the abstracts that have been submitted for the meeting. No formal application is necessary, all abstracts submitted by a post-doctoral fellow are considered. The prize will include an honorarium of $500 (USD).  This is an award only – no travel support/reimbursement is included.  Nelson Butters Award Winners

LAIRD CERMAK AWARD

The Society has established an award to honor the contributions of Dr. Laird Cermak and to recognize the impact he has had in the area of memory and memory disorders. The prize will be awarded for the best research presented in the area of memory or memory disorders and is given at both meetings (North American and mid-year). The recipient is selected by the Program Chair, at his/her discretion, from the abstracts that have been submitted for the meeting. No formal application is necessary. The prize will include an honorarium of $500 (USD).  This is an award only – no travel support/reimbursement is included.   Laird Cermak Award Winners

PHILLIP RENNICK AWARD

The Society has established an award to honor the contributions of Dr. Phillip Rennick and to recognize the impact he has had in the area of neuropsychology. The award is given to the best submission by a graduate student.  The prize will be given annually at both meetings (North American and mid-year). The recipient is selected by the Program Chair, at his/her discretion, from the abstracts that have been submitted for the meeting by a graduate student. No formal application is necessary. The prize will include an honorarium of $500 (USD).  This is an award only – no travel support/reimbursement is included.   Phillip Rennick Award Winners


DISTINGUISHED CAREER AWARD

The Distinguished Career Award has been established by the INS Board of Governors to recognize senior individuals who are at or near the ends of their careers, and who have made major, sustained contributions to the field of neuropsychology as well as to the INS.  
Past Award Winners: Hawaii, 2008Atlanta, 2009Boston, 2011, Montreal, 2012, Oslo, 2012, Hawaii 2013,
Amsterdam 2013, Seattle 2014

RUDEL AWARD

This award provides support of up to $20,000 over two years and is devoted to individuals in the early stages of their career in developmental neuropsychology.  The award is supported by the Rita G. Rudel Foundation and is administered by INS. The award is bestowed every 2 years.


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