The Distinguished Anthrozoologist Award is for outstanding lifetime achievement in Anthrozoology/Human-Animal Interaction Studies by an ISAZ member who is a senior scholar. The award will be offered in odd numbered years, starting in 2017.
Nominations are now closed.
Nominations must be based on lifetime achievements, not specific projects. Nominees must be current ISAZ members. Nominations must be made by any member of the ISAZ board or Anthrozoös editorial board, a fellow of the society, or an organization related to human-animal interaction scholarship or activity that is familiar with the candidate’s work. Self-nominations are not allowed.
Award winners are invited to give a talk at the ISAZ conference occurring in that year. The award will be presented to the winner at the ISAZ conference.
- A formal letter of nomination by a person (other than the nominee) who is a member of the ISAZ board, a Fellow of ISAZ, an Anthrozoös editorial board, or an officer of an organization related to human-animal interaction scholarship or activity that is familiar with the candidate’s work. The letter must describe the value and importance of the nominee’s scholarship in Anthrozoology and include a clear statement confirming the candidate’s willingness to be nominated for the Award.
- A copy of the candidate’s curriculum vitae.
- Copies of 5-10 publications used to support the scholarly contributions to Anthrozoology by the nominee.
Applications must be written in English and converted into a single PDF.
*Award winners are only eligible to win one award per conference. If an individual is selected to win an award and has applied for more than one award, they will be removed from the application pool for all other awards.
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Meet our Distinguished Anthrozoologist Award Winners!
Professor Harold Herzog
Western Carolina University
Dr. James Serpell
University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Erika Friedmann
University of Maryland
Dr. Lynette Hart
University of California, Davis