Cockburn Student Prize 2022

Are you a student who presented at the European PPA in Vilnius this year? Would you like to be nominated for this cash prize?  Please respond by emailing the Chair of the Scientific Committee of the 23rd European PPA meeting (Rimantas.jankauskas@mf.vu.lt) before September 30, 2022.

Eligibility:

  • The first author must be a paid-up student member of the PPA who has not previously won a Cockburn Student Competition Award. Non-PPA students can join the PPA by paying next year’s membership fee by September 30, 2022.
  • Students who have completed all terminal degree requirements prior to the abstract submission deadline 7 May 2022 are not eligible.
  • Multi-authored papers are acceptable, but a current student must be the lead
  • researcher and author.
  • The student author must have presented the paper or poster at the 23rd European PPA Meeting.
  • The paper/poster cannot have been published prior to the meeting AND cannot have been presented at any other meeting prior to the PPA Meeting in Vilnius.

Process:

  • The Scientific Committee judges will review all of the entry presentations recorded during the meeting and decide on the winners of the competition.
  • There will be two cash prizes of $200.00USD awarded: one for the Best Student Podium Presentation and one for the Best Student Poster Presentation. A runner-up prize for the Best Poster Presentation of $100.00 USD will be awarded depending on the number of entrants.
  • Winners of the Cockburn Student Prizes will be announced on the PPA website and December Newsletter.

Jane E. Buikstra Early Career Award

Are you an early career researcher who presented at the European PPA in Vilnius and wish to be considered for this prestigious prize? Submit your application (a formal paper conforming to IJPP guidelines for research articles or case studies, accompanied by the presentation e.g., PowerPoint slides and poster in small format) to the PPA President (brickley@mcmaster.ca) before September 30, 2022.

Eligibility:

  • You must be a current member of the PPA who has not previously won an IJPP Early Career Award (non-members can apply by paying next year's annual membership fee).
  • You must have the PhD in hand. The window of opportunity for this award includes the PhD degree year and the following eight years (e.g., degree awarded in 2014).
  • Papers can be multi-authored, but you must be the first author and principal researcher and your contribution must be clearly identified.
  • You must have presented your paper or poster at the Vilnius PPA meeting.
  • The paper must not have been submitted for publication and received a round of reviews.
  • The paper or poster cannot have been presented at any other meeting prior to the PPA meeting. 
  • Results presented in the PhD thesis, and only the thesis, are excluded from this requirement.

Process:

  • Competition judges include PPA Board of Directors and the IJPP Associate Editors and/or Advisory Boards. They are appointed by the PPA President and IJPP Editor.
  • Competition judges will review all entries. The award is a recognition of especially meritorious work and may not be awarded in some years.
  • The results of the competition will be announced on the PPA website and December Newsletter.
  • The winner will receive a cash prize, currently $500, from Elsevier, and is encouraged to submit the winning paper to IJPP as a research article or case study. Acceptance for publication is subject to the normal review process. If published, the article will be identified as having received the IJPP Early Career Award.

Cockburn Student Prize Winners

Past Winners:

2022     Aida R. Barbera, Émy Roberge, Hayley Welch (NA PPAs)

2021     Kelly Blevins, Robin Quataert

2019     Jennifer Austin, Brianne Morgan
2018     Khrystyne Tschinkel, Rebecca Cessford

2018     Álvaro Monge Calleja (EPPA, Croatia)

2017     Hilarie Huley, Anna Barrett, Laura Castells Navarro
2016     Natasha Castellon-Hinkle, Rebecca Gilmour, Samantha Yaussy
2015     Courtney Miller, Armando Anzellini, Amanda Groff
2014     Lori D’Ortenzio, Rachel Perash, Adam Crane
2013     Reshma Varghese, Jessica Walker
2012     Caitlin Ibarra, Danielle Hanson
2011     Susan Spencer, C. Brady Davis
2010     Giovanni Vercellotti, Karyn Olsen
2009     Hedy Justus, Amanda Agnew, Andrew Wade
2008     Wendy Potter, Haagen Klaus
2007     Julie Euber, Erica Tyler
2006     Rebecca Storm
2005     Rachel Ives, Kristin Horner
2004     J. Marla Toyne
2003     Starletta Brown
2001     Bryan Scott Aubry, Daniel Temple

2000     Leslie Harlacker

 

IJPP Award: Jane E. Buikstra Early Career Award

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Past Awardees:
2021     Rachel Schats
2018     Rebecca Gilmour
2017     Ceridwen Boston
2016     Sarah Schrader
2015     Anne R. Titelbaum
2014     Nivien Speith

Eve Cockburn Mentorship Award

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Past Awardees:

2022    Sheila Mendonça de Souza

2020    Keith Manchester 

2018    Tracy Prowse 

2016    Karl Reinhard  
2014    Marie Danforth    
2012    Della Collins Cook   
2010    Jerry Melbye   

2008    Jerry Rose 

Eve Cockburn Service Award

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Past Awardees:
2021    Ana Luisa Santos
2019    Charles Merbs 
2017    Charlotte Roberts  
2015    Andrea Buck  
2013    Anne Grauer 
2011    Jane Buikstra  
2009    Mary Powell   
2007    Rose Tyson   

2005    Don Ortner 

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