Richard Lodge Prize

The Call Is Out for Lodge Prize Nominations

Nominations are being sought for the next recipient of the Richard Lodge Prize of the Adelphi University School of Social Work.

The Lodge prize recognizes social work academicians who have made outstanding contributions to the social work profession and is named for the late Dr. Richard Lodge, a leading social work educator and Adelphi University professor. 

Dr. Lodge had a distinguished career that included service as executive director of the Council on Social Work Education, dean of the School of Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth University and professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lodge is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work.

The recipient will receive an honorarium and deliver the Lodge Prize Lecture at the School of Social Work’s Alumni and Friends Day in May 2019.

Nominations should include a letter indicating your contribution to the social work profession and curriculum vitae. The committee will accept for review published and unpublished papers, monographs and books, audio or video, and other supporting scholarly material.

Please submit a letter of nomination and supporting materials by January 16, 2019 to:

Dr. Peter Chernack, Associate Dean for Program Development and Administration
Adelphi University School of Social Work
One South Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530

Past recipients of the Richard Lodge Prize include:

Dr. Larry Davis, University of Pittsburgh (2017)
Dr. Michael Seradden, Washington  University (2015)
Dr. Lorraine Gutierrez, University of Michigan (2013)
Dr. Susan Kemp, University of Washington (2011)
Dr. Sarah Gehlert, Washington University in St. Louis (2009)
Dr. Marsha Mailick Seltzer, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2006)
Dr. Sharon Berlin, University of Chicago (2002)
Dr. Lawrence Shulman, State University of New York at Buffalo School of Social Work (1999)
Dr. Dennis Saleebey and Dr. Ann Weick, University of Kansas (1995)
Dr. Hans S. Falck, Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University (1993)
Dr. Howard Goldstein, Case Western Reserve University (1991)
Dr. Carel Germain, University of Connecticut School of Social Work (1989)

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