The Harriet B. Presser Award
Harriet B. Presser was a sociologist, demographer and a distinguished professor at the University of Maryland, College Park department of sociology. She founded the first population center in the world, named “The University of Maryland Center on Population, Gender and Social Inequality,” and directed it from 1987 to 2002.
This biennial award was first presented at the 2009 PAA annual meeting. The award honors a record of sustained research contributions to the study of gender and demography and consists of a plaque and a cash prize.
Nominations for the 2021 award, including self-nominations, should include a concise summary of the nominee’s contributions and accomplishments (one page), a selected list of the important demographic positions the nominee has held, a list of his or her most significant publications or presentations (one page), and a copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae. Nominees should exemplify the highest standards of professional conduct. Nominations should be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 31, 2021.
The members of the committee are: Frances K. Goldscheider, University of Maryland (Chair); Kyle David Crowder, University of Washington; Jennifer Glass, University of Texas at Austin; Kei Nomaguci, Bowling Green State University; Dawn Upchurch, University of California-Los Angeles; Mark VanLandingham, Tulane University; Sara Yeatman, University of Colorado Denver.