2024 SLLS John Bynner Distinguished Scholar Award

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Nominations are invited for this year's SLLS John Bynner Distinguished Scholar Award.

This annual award honours a scholar who has made a significant contribution in advancing the longitudinal study and scientific understanding of the life course.

The purpose of this award is to recognize eminent and emerging scholars in our field, whose contributions in research, theory, or policy analysis have  elucidated  the  macro-­‐ and  micro-­‐ level foundations of the life course and individual biography.

The successful awardee will be announced at the 13th annual conference of the Society, taking place between 24-26 September 2024 in Essex, UK. They will be invited to present an address at the 2025 SLLS conference taking place at the University of Fribourg, and to publish the award address in the Society’s journal, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies.

Nominations should describe the nominee’s contributions to the study of the life course that warrant consideration.

Past winners include: Walter Heinz (2023), Phyllis Moen (2022), Diana Kuh (2021), Jeylan Mortimer (2020), Karl Ulrich-Mayer (2019), Heather Joshi (2018), Glen H. Elder Jr. (2017), and John Bynner (2016).

Deadline for nominations: 30th June 2024

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2024 SLLS Harvey Goldstein Memorial Award

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Nominations are invited for this year's SLLS Harvey Goldstein Memorial Award.

This annual award is organized in memory of Harvey Goldstein and honours a scholar who has made a significant contribution in advancing methodologies for life course studies.

The purpose of this award is to recognize scholars whose methodological contributions have significantly impacted life course research and/or informed the development of policies in a life course perspective. Methodological contributions to longitudinal data collection and analysis, qualitative, quantitative or mixed longitudinal methods are especially welcome.

The successful awardee will be invited to present an address at the Society's annual conference, with the possibility to publish the award address in the Society’s journal, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies.  

Nominations should describe the methodological contribution of the nominee as well as their impact on our field and/or policies. Both nominations and self-nominations are welcome.

2023 (Inaugural) Award Winner: Francesco Billari, University of Bocconi Milan.

Deadline for nominations: 15th July 2024

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To find out more about Harvey and his work, watch the below memorial lecture, 'Multilevel Modelling of Longitudinal Data', presented by George Leckie of the University of Bristol. Recorded in October 2020.

The Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies is a Registered Charity in England and Wales, No. 1144426.
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