Recognises and rewards outstanding contributions made by a UQ School of Psychology graduate over a sustained period, in one or more of the following four areas:
The award, introduced in 2008, recognises Paul Conrad's significant contribution to the UQ Psychology Clinic, especially through his example of excellence in professional supervision.
A secondary purpose of the award is to raise awareness of the important role of supervision in the professional training of clinical psychologists.
An eligible recipient of the award is any member of the UQ Psychology Clinic (supervisor, student or staff member) who has demonstrated an outstanding quality of professional supervision in clinical psychology, and/or made a significant contribution to the field of supervision in psychology through teaching and research.
Any member of the UQ psychology Clinic (staff or student), current or past, may make a nomination, along with supporting testimonial of the person nominated.
Established in 2011 and maintained by the income of an endowment gift of $23,000 from Dr Donald Tugby, who taught at The University of Queensland from 1958 to 1986. Dr Tugby‘s career began teaching anthropology, social psychology, and sociology within the Department of Psychology under Don McElwain. Dr. Tugby also served as the State Convenor of Psychologists for Peace until 2009.
(a) Head, School of Psychology, on advice from staff researching and/or teaching in the field of peace psychology.
(b) Students –
(c) Highest overall mark for honours thesis.
1,000 and a School of Psychology certificate.