The W.E.B. Du Bois Award was established by the association to honor outstanding social and behavioral
scientists and civic leaders who have made significant contributions in improving the lives of African Americans. Past
recipients have included prominent scholars, community and civic leaders, and government officials. Read more.
The Theophilus E. McKinney Undergraduate Student Research Award is awarded to recognize and encourage the participation and accomplishments of undergraduate students in research. This award honors the Association’s founder who was committed to training undergraduate students to become professionals.
The Marguerite Rogers Howie Distinguished Service Award was initiated to recognize the lengthy and outstanding service of Marguerite Rogers Howie who was a member of ASBS for more than 40 years. This award is presented to individuals whose service to the organization models that of Professor Howie. Read more.
The Delores P. Aldridge Graduate Student Research Paper Award is awarded to recognize and encourage the participation and accomplishments of graduate students in research and in addressing social and behavioral issues. Dr. Aldridge, the Grace Towns Hamilton Professor Emerita of Sociology and African American Studies at Emory University, is a nationally recognized scholar and author in the Academy who has devoted much of her career to mentoring graduate students through teaching, research, and advisement.
Call for Paper Competition
Call for Papers:
T. E. McKinney Undergraduate Student Paper Competition (Download call)
Call for Papers:
Dolores P. Aldridge Graduate Student Research Paper Competition (Download call)