Welcome to the PTCMW Awards page. This page outlines all of the PTCMW Awards, including past winners and nomination information. If you have any questions, please contact the PTCMW past-president.
As a sponsoring organization, each year PTCMW submits a nomination in partnership with IPAC to the Stephen E. Bemis Memorial Award Selection Committee for consideration. The Stephen E. Bemis Memorial Award is jointly sponsored by many of the nation’s major assessment and testing associations. The purpose of the award is to recognize and honor an outstanding individual who demonstrates the qualities of Stephen Bemis. Each year, the award is presented at the IPAC annual conference.
Criteria for Award Selection
PTCMW members nominate individuals who demonstrate all three of the following attributes:
To Submit a Nomination
Please include the following details with your recommendation:
The name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address of the nominee; and the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of two individuals who are familiar with the contributions and personal qualities of the nominee.
The chair of the nominations committee will then submit all recommendations received to the PTCMW Board for a decision. When a decision is made, the board will submit a complete nomination packet to IPAC for their consideration.
For more information, please visit http://www.ipacweb.org/bemis.
Please send nominations to: President-Elect at email@example.com
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The PTCMW Service Award is a unique award which recognizes individuals for their service to PTCMW and support in achieving the goals and mission of PTCMW. Established in 1977, PTCMW and its members seek to advance the science and practice of I-O psychology and related fields through high-value professional growth and networking opportunities. Connecting with other I-O psychologists, sharing the latest research and applied approaches, and growing as a profession are what members expect of PTCMW.
2021 PTCMW Service Award Recipients:
James Sharf, Ph.D. Eric Dunleavy, Ph.D.
Summary of Award Process
Criteria for Award Selection
Individuals nominated for this award should most nearly emulate and provide support for the tenets that PTCMW was founded on. The award is given to individuals who have volunteered significant time to further the goals of PTCMW as a member of PTCMW. These activities may include (but are not limited to): serving as a member of the PTCMW board or as a PTCMW committee member or volunteer, presenting at PTCMW events, or otherwise exchanging ideas and best practices with members of the PTCMW community. Nominees do not need to be a current member of PTCMW.
Thank you for your contribution in helping recognize people for their service to PTCMW and the I-O community.
Submissions for this award should specifically explain how the nominee has met the criteria listed above.
Please use the following procedures:
1. Include contact information (see nomination form below):
a. The name, telephone number, and e-mail address of the nominee;
b. The name, telephone number, and e-mail address of at least one person who is familiar with the contributions to PTCMW and personal qualities of the nominee; and
c. The name, telephone number, and e-mail address of the person who prepared the nomination (if different from b. above).
2. Provide a narrative:
a. A description of the nominee's prior and on-going commitment to PTCMW and the I-O community (e.g., through colleague or board member testimonials); and
b. Listing of PTCMW board and/or committee positions held, PTCMW event participation, and general impact to PTCMW and the I-O community.
Please provide as much pertinent information as possible. It is advisable to include information regarding the results of the nominee's contribution(s) and actions, as well as a description of the contribution itself.
Please send nominations to: President-Elect at firstname.lastname@example.org
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This award is given to an individual who over a career has substantially contributed to the PTCMW community. The contributions of the individual will have advanced the science and/or practice of I-O psychology in ways that directly affect the work of PTCMW members in industry, academia, or government. The individual may be active or retired in the field.
Eligibility – A nominee must:
2016 - Dr. John Campbell, University of Minnesota
2013 - Dr. Frank Schmidt, University of Iowa