Hi colleagues,Please consider nominating yourself or others for two behavioral policy awards from the Behavioral Science & Policy Association (BSPA).
The submission deadline is EOD March 31, 2023. Winners will be announced at BSPA's Online Conference, May 4-5, 2023.
The awards are:
- Publication Award for Innovation in Behavioral Policy- New Investigator Award
See below for descriptions, eligibility, and submission details.Thank you in advance for celebrating the great research in our fields,Todd Rogers (Chair)
AWARDS COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Alex Imas, Anuj Shah, Baruch Fischhoff, Crystal Reeck, David Hagman, David Yeager, Dolly Chugh, Emily Kubin, Eric Johnson, Gretchen Chapman, Hal Hershfield, Heather Kappes, Hengchen Dai, Hristina Nikolova, Kellen Mrkva, Kurt Gray, Linda Salisbury, Roseanna Sommers, Sara Constantino, Stephanie Tully, Todd Rogers, Wendy De La Rosa.
For more information on the annual conference see:https://behavioralpolicy.org/events/
PUBLICATION AWARD FOR INNOVATION IN BEHAVIORAL POLICY
For research that advances the rigorous application and development of behavioral/social science to policy and practice in public, private and non-profit sectors. Its goal is to encourage work that has potential to improve the quality of life of individuals and/or organizations. We will consider all research published, in journals or as books, in the years 2020-2023.^ The date must be the in-print date rather than the online date. Submit nominations to https://behavioralpolicy.org/publication-award/ Self-nominations are welcome.
^ If a member of the Awards Committee is nominated, they will be recused of evaluating nominations for this award.
NEW INVESTIGATOR AWARD
This award recognizes an early‐career scholar who received their doctoral degree in the last five years, so no earlier than 2018.* The award recognizes a scholar whose body of work has advanced the rigorous application and development of behavioral/social science to policy and practice in public, private and/or nonprofit sectors. Submit nominations to https://behavioralpolicy.org/bspas-new-investigator-award/
Self-nominations are permitted.
* If a nominee took _official_ parental leave from their organization during this time period they will gain one year of eligibility. This means they would still be eligible for the New Investigator Award if they completed their doctoral degree in 2017.
BSPA is a global community of behavioral scientists, public and private sector policy makers and other practitioners whose mission is to promote the thoughtful application of rigorous behavioral science research in ways that serve the public interest. BSPA sponsors workshops, conferences, and publications, including Behavioral Science & Policy and the Behavioral Scientist blog. For more information on BSPA see: https://behavioralpolicy.org