Fukuhara Award for Advanced International Research and Service

Nomination Deadline: January 15, 2020

This award is given to a senior or mid-career level psychologist with distinguished contributions to international psychology in research and service. The recipient is expected to present an address at the 2020 or 2021 ICP annual convention that relates to his/her research and service.

The Fukuhara Award is funded through an ICP, Inc. Award Fund established by Dr. Machiko Fukuhara, past President, past Treasurer and past Director At Large. She became a member in 1978. Dr. Fukuhara organized the 1990 and 2016 ICP annual conferences in Yokohama and Tokyo. She is Professor Emeritus of Tokiwa University, President of the Japanese Association of Microcounseling and Director of NPO Psychoeducation Institute. Dr. Fukuhara served four terms on the Board of the International Association of Applied Psychology; pioneered women’s rights; and contributed breakthrough cultural information through her research collaborations with former ICP, Inc president Charles D. Spielberger in work stress and personality characteristics.

This award promotes those qualities that epitomize Dr. Fukuhara's approach: standards of excellence, collaborative international research and supportive relationships within the community of international psychology associations and psychologists.

Award Description

  • Honorarium of $300 USD, an award certificate and an award plaque
  • An invitation to present at the 2020 ICP, Inc conference in Prague, Czech Republic, with waived conference registration fee

Nomination materials and procedure

  • All nominations must be made onlline here
  • Materials Required:
    • Name, address, phone, fax, and email for BOTH nominator and nominee
    • Cover Letter indicating how the nominee fits the award criteria (pdf or word)
    • Nominee's Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Submit Nomination Materials and all questions online. Please direct questions to the Fukuhara Award Chair This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Past Recipients:

2019: Dr. Klaus Boehnke, Jacobs University, Germany

2018: Dr. Brian Mishara, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

2017: Dr. Uwe Gielen, St. Johns University, United States

2016: Dr. Janel Gauthier, Laval University, Canada

2015: Dr. Merry Bullock, American Psychological Association, USA

2014: Dr. Michael Knowles, Monash University, Australia

2013: Dr. Jose Piero, Valencia University, Spain

2012: Dr. Charles Spielberger, University of South Florida, USA

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