ASC Fellows Committee invites nominations for Fellows in the Society. The title of "Fellow" is given to those members of the Society in good standing who
have achieved distinction in criminology. The honorary
title "Fellow" recognizes persons who have made a scholarly contribution
to the intellectual life of the discipline, whether in the form of a singular,
major piece of scholarship or cumulative scholarly contributions. Longevity
alone is not sufficient. In addition, a Fellow must have made a significant
contribution to the field through the career development of other criminologists
and/or through organizational activities within the ASC.
of those who have been awarded the Fellow status will be announced at the
Annual Meeting and the candidates will be acknowledged by the Society with
the presentation of a certificate.
nominating letter, please describe the reasons for your nomination and
include a copy of the nominee's curriculum vitae (or make arrangements to have it sent to the Committee Chair). Please limit nominations to a single cover letter and the nominee's curriculum vitae. All materials should be submitted in electronic format. The Board may elect up to four (4) persons as Fellows annually.
Large letter-writing campaigns do not benefit nominees and unnecessarily burden the Committee. Award decisions will be based on the strength of the nominees' qualifications and not on the number of nomination endorsements received for any particular candidate.
Current members of the ASC Board are ineligible to receive this award.
Nomination materials should be submitted by March 1, 2013 to:
The Executive Board may decide not to give the award in any given year. Award decisions will be based on the strength of the
nominees' qualifications and not on the number of nomination endorsements received for any particular candidate.