Marilynn B. Brewer (Ohio State University) was named the recipient
of the 2007 Thomas M. Ostrom Award at the PMIG meeting in Zion, Illinois.
The selection committee was Norbert Schwarz, Russ Fazio, and Don
Carlston (chair). Pictured here: Russ Fazio, Marilynn Brewer, and Glenn Reeder,
who introduced Marilynn at the award presentation.
Russell H. Fazio (Ohio State University)
was named the recipient of the 2006 Thomas M. Ostrom Award at the
PMIG meeting in Worton, Maryland. The selection committee was
Fritz Strack, Eliot Smith, and Don Carlston (chair). This photo
shows Smith, Strack, former Ostrom awardee Tony Greenwald, Fazio,
Carlston, and former Ostrom awardee Dave Hamilton.
Norbert Schwarz (University of Michigan) and Fritz Strack (University of Wuerzburg)
were named the recipients of the 2005 Thomas M. Ostrom Award at the
PMIG meeting in Julian, California. The selection committee was
Susan Fiske, Eliot Smith, and Mahzarin Banaji (chair). This photo
shows PMIG co-organizer Dave Hamilton with Strack and Schwarz.
Eliot R. Smith (Indiana University) received the 2004 Thomas M. Ostrom award at the PMIG meeting at the Stagecoach Inn, Salado, TX. Donal Carlston, who introduced him at the meeting, presents the award plaque in this photo. This year's selection committee was Susan Fiske, Jim Sherman, and Mahzarin Banaji.
Susan T. Fiske (Princeton University) and Shelley E. Taylor (University
of California, Los Angeles) were both named as recipients of the
Ostrom award in 2003. Fiske presented her award address at the
meeting at Whispering Pines Conference Center, Rhode Island; unfortunately,
Taylor was unable to attend and will present her address at a future
PMIG meeting. The selection committee consisted of the two previous
award winners and Mahzarin Banaji, shown in this photo.
Steven J. Sherman (Indiana University) is the 2002 recipient of the award, presenting
his award address at the 2002 PMIG meeting at Salt Fork
State Park, Ohio. He was selected
by a committee made up of the previous two award
winners and chaired by PMIG regular Patricia Linville.
Anthony G. Greenwald (University of Washington) is the 2001 recipient of the award, presenting his award address at the 2001 PMIG meeting in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. He was selected by a committee made up of the previous two award winners and chaired by PMIG regular Patricia Linville.
The 2000 recipient of the Ostrom Award, named by a committee made up of the previous two award winners and chaired by Patricia Linville, was David L. Hamilton (University of California, Santa Barbara). He was given the award and presented his talk at the October 2000 PMIG meeting.
At the PMIG meeting in October 1999 both the first and second awardees were honored and presented their talks. The recipient of the 1998 Thomas M. Ostrom Award was Robert S. Wyer, Jr. of the University of Illinois (Bob had been in Hong Kong and was unable to attend the 1998 PMIG meeting.) Bob was honored for his seminal work on person memory models, for his prolific record of empirical and theoretical publications, and for his service to the field through editing important volumes (including two editions of the Handbook of Social Cognition and the Advances in Social Cognition series).
The 1999 award recipient was E. Tory Higgins (Columbia University). Tory's notable work includes the
development and refinement of models of construct accessibility, a concept with
applications in clinical and developmental as well as social psychology, and work on
self-discrepancies and self-regulatory systems. Tory also edited Social Psychology:
Handbook of Basic Principles.
Dual award presentations at the 1999 PMIG meeting.
Left to right: Eliot Smith (PMIG co-organizer), E. Tory Higgins, Robert S. Wyer Jr., David Hamilton (PMIG co-organizer)