Awards & Accolades
Congratulations to these recently honored employees.
Carrapa Elected Fellow of Geological Society of America
Carrapa was nominated "for her impressive publication record and her major contributions on understanding rock uplift and her integrative regional tectonics approach to understanding mountain belts."
Carrapa – whose projects span the globe, from the Andes and the Alps to Tibet and Nepal – was elected at the GSA's annual meeting in April.
Koss Honored With International Advancement of Psychology Award
Mary P. Koss, Regents' Professor of Health Promotion Sciences and Psychology, was selected to receive the 2017 American Psychological Association Award for International Advancement of Psychology.
Koss received the award in recognition of her research, consultation and advocacy on sexual violence against women and girls, which has contributed to the integration of women's rights as an integral part of human rights. Koss has facilitated important and lasting change in the conduct of research and in systematic programs both to reduce sexual violence and to respond appropriately to victims. She has shared her expertise and guidance worldwide and has made an enduring national and international impact.
In 2000, Koss received the APA's Award for Distinguished Contributions to Research in Public Policy.
DeCelles to Receive 2018 Pettijohn Medal for Sedimentology
Geosciences professor Peter G. DeCelles has been selected to receive the 2018 Francis J. Pettijohn Medal for Sedimentology, which is awarded by the Society for Sedimentary Geology for career "excellence in sedimentology."
DeCelles, who joined the UA in 1993, focuses on the origins of major mountain belts and associated sedimentary basins.
He will be presented with the medal at the society's national meeting in May. The medal is named after a longtime professor at Johns Hopkins University who made many fundamental contributions in the fields of physical sedimentology and sedimentary petrology.
Three From UA Elected Fellows of Association for Psychological Science
Fellow status is awarded to APS members "who have made sustained outstanding contributions to the science of psychology in the areas of research, teaching, service and/or application." While usually awarded for scientific contributions, it also may be awarded for "exceptional contributions to the field through the development of research opportunities and settings."
The new fellows were named in May.
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