List of PAP Awardees:
Fr. Bulatao Awardee:
Leonor Lynette Fortunata Mendoza
Estefania Aldaba-Lim Awardees:
Maria Theresa Ujano-Batangan
LIST OF PAP AWARDS
Lagmay Teaching Award- is an award for the development of innovative teaching tools and methodology in any field of psychology. It will be “open application”. The award may be given to an individual or to a group. Prospective awardees need to submit an application form, a curriculum vitae, and relevant supporting documents, focusing on the innovation that is being cited for award. To qualify for the award,
Nominees must be involved in teaching, whether in an academic or non-academic setting
Must have an MA (in Psychology), at least
Must submit documentation about the cited innovation which must have been developed within the last 5 yrs
Must provide endorsements various end users of the material or strategy.
This award is suggested to be a one-time award (i.e., no repeat awardee).
Bulatao Research Award- is an award for a research-based publication (e.g., peer-reviewed book, book chapter or journal article). It will also be “open application” and a one-time award. For the piece to qualify for the award.
The research must be original, innovative, high-quality
Research should contribute to the advancement of theory, methods and application in psychology, particularly in the Philippine setting
Must have at least one Filipino author based in a Philippine institution
Aldaba-Lim Psychological Service Award- is an award for an innovative psychological service program. It will be “open application” and a onetime award. For the program to qualify for the award.
It should bring about improvement in the quality of life of others, at the level of individuals, families, communities, organizations as evidenced by
Testimonials from the service recipients
The FG David Award for Teaching is an award for creative teaching in the discipline of Psychology. This award will be given to four (4) individuals who embody the ideals of Prof. FG David as a teacher. The recipients of this award are those who inspire students through the creative use of the scientific approach to teaching and learning.