A Fellow of the Michigan Psychological Association is awarded to psychologists who meet the following criteria and are interested and engaged in the advancement of psychology as a science and as a profession
Fellows shall have made outstanding contributions
to the field, or displayed outstanding performance
in the field of psychology.
A psychologist eligible to be a Fellow of the Michigan Psychological Association must:
reside in Michigan
be a member of good standing in the Michigan Psychological Association
be nominated by a member of good standing in the Michigan Psychological Association that is already a Fellow
be considered by his/her peers as having made outstanding contributions to psychology or displayed outstanding performance in the field of psychology in Michigan
Nominations are solicited annually two months prior to the annual convention.
Psychologists nominated to be MPA Fellows may only be nominated by current MPA Fellows. A call for nominations will be solicited by mail. Letters announcing the opening of the nomination process will be sent to the list of all previously awarded MPA Fellows and will include a list of current MPA Fellows.
Nominations will be submitted with a supporting statement of 250 words identifying the basis for the nomination and why the candidate is uniquely qualified to receive the award. Each statement must discuss the outstanding contribution or outstanding performance substantiating the nominees’ eligibility for the award.
Nominations must be submitted at least 1 month prior to the annual convention.
C. Review and Approval
Nominees are forwarded to the Executive Committee to confirm that nominees meet nomination criteria. Nominees are then vetted to assure they meet membership related criteria. Once vetted for membership standing the MPA Board of Directors reviews and approves the submissions.
Current MPA Fellows:
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