PsySR’s Anthony J. Marsella Prize for the Psychology of Peace and Social Justice is given annually to recognize outstanding psychology-based contributions in scholarship and action by an individual in one or more of the following areas: Peace and Nonviolence, Poverty, Human Rights, Humanitarian Assistance, Spirituality, and Social Action.
Past Award Winners:
2005 Dr. Diane Bretherton, LaTrobe University, Australia
2006 Dr. Marc Pilisuk, Saybrook Graduate School, San Francisco
2007 Dr. Michael Knox, University of South Florida, Tampa
2008 Dr. Floyd Rudmin, University of Tromsø, Norway
2009 Dr. Jean Maria Arrigo, Irvine, California
2010 Dr. Robert Jay Lifton, Cambridge, Massachusetts
2011 Dr. Ervin Staub, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
2012 Dr. Paula Green, Karuna Center for Peacebuilding
2014 Dr. Roy Eidelson, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
2015 Dr. Trudy Bond, Toledo, Ohio and Dr. Kathie Malley-Morrison, Boston, Massachusetts
2016 Dr. Nahid Aziz, Dr. Jancis Long, and Dr. Luisa Saffiotti, Washington, DC
2017 Dr. Brad Olson, Chicago, Illinois and Antonio Carlos da Silva Rosa, Portugal
Friends and colleagues have created an endowment to fund the prize in recognition of Professor Marsella’s lifetime achievements (see a biographical sketch HERE. The prize is administered by Psychologists for Social Responsibility and is awarded annually. For information about how to make a tax-deductible contribution to the Marsella Prize, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.