I would like to formally announce the winners of the 2015 TCP Outstanding Paper Award. The awardees were recognized at the Society of Counseling Psychology Business Meeting a week ago.
The Award is for a Major Contribution published in the 2014 February issue, titled U.S. Latinas/os’ Ethnic Identity. It was accepted by Dr. Shannon Chavez-Korell, its corresponding author. The Major Contribution comprises 5 papers with a total of 17 authors, including Drs. Shannon Chavez-Korell, I. David Acevedo-Polakovich, Adriana J. Umaña-Taylor, Megan O’Donnell, George P. Knight, Mark W. Roosa, Cady Berkel, Rajni Nair, Jennifer R. Cousineau, Kelley M. Quirk, James I. Gerhart, Katrina M. Bell, Maame S. Adomako, Lucas Torres, Gregory Benson-Flórez, Angélica Delgado Rendón, and René Farías. The authorship reflects an interdisciplinary collaboration among counseling psychologists, clinical psychologists, and scholars in human development and family studies.
We have made arrangements with SAGE to make these articles free for download during the month of August at http://tcp.sagepub.com/content/42/2.
I would like to thank SAGE for generously funding this award and making these articles available for free this month. Happy reading!
Lydia P. Buki, Ph.D.Tags: Diversity and Social Justice, The Counseling Psychologist