Awards

The Bowis Award

DEADLINE-2022: June 30, 2022

Each year, The College presents the Bowis Award to a Member or Fellow who has played an important leadership role in The College. The Award consists of a gold medallion and a certificate.  The recipient receives travel, hotel, and free registration at the Annual Meeting. 

 

 

The Distinguished Service in Psychiatry Award

DEADLINE-2022: June 30, 2022

The Distinguished Service Award recognizes significant achievements and leadership in the field of psychiatry.   The Award consists of a gold medallion and a certificate.  The recipient receives travel, hotel, and free registration at the Annual Meeting.

 

 

The Award for Research in Geriatric Psychiatry

DEADLINE-2022: January 5, 2022

The Award for Research in Geriatric Psychiatry is given to an individual who has contributed to advances in geriatric psychiatry.  The College first presented the Award in 2004.  In addition to receiving a grant and a certificate, the awardee delivers a featured lecture at the Annual Meeting.

 

 

The Stanley Dean Award for Research in Schizophrenia

DEADLINE-2022: January 5, 2022

The Stanley Dean Research Award honors an individual who has made a major contribution to the treatment of schizophrenic disorders.  The Award includes a grant and a certificate. The recipient also receives travel, hotel, and free registration at the Annual Meeting.

 

 

The Award for Research in Mood Disorders

DEADLINE-2022: January 5, 2022

The Award for Research in Mood Disorders is given to an individual who has advanced the understanding and treatment of mood disorders. The awardee receives a grant, certificate, travel, hotel, and free registration at the Annual Meeting.

 

 

The Award for Leadership in Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Psychiatry

DEADLINE-2022: January 5, 2022

The Award for Leadership in Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Psychiatry recognizes an individual who has made sustained and substantial contributions to child, adolescent and young adult mental health as evidenced by leadership in scholarly contributions, clinical service, education, and/or advocacy efforts. The quality and originality of contributions and their impact on the field and other practitioners, as well as endeavors outside of the traditional scholarly areas covered in the CV but which also have a positive impact on child, adolescent and young adult mental health, are the criteria which are evaluated by The College in selecting the recipient of this Award. The awardee receives a grant, certificate, travel, hotel, and free registration at the Annual Meeting.

 

 

The Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education

DEADLINE-2022: June 30, 2022

The Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education recognizes a teaching program that demonstrates innovation in psychiatric education. The Award consists of a grant and a framed certificate. In addition, one representative from the program receives travel, hotel, and free registration to The College's next Annual Meeting, with a second representative receiving waived registration.

 

 

Honorary Fellows

DEADLINE-2023: June 30, 2022

The American College of Psychiatrists awards Honorary Fellowships in The College to distinguished professionals who have made significant scientific and clinical contributions to the field of psychiatry. Although Honorary Fellows do not pay dues and are not eligible to hold office or Committee Membership, they are invited to attend all College meetings. Honorary Fellow recipients receive free hotel, complimentary registration, and a $5000 travel grant.