This award honors an individual’s distinguished scholarship in the area of corrections and/or sentencing over a lifetime. Recipients must have 20 or more years of experience contributing to scholarly research. Retired scholars will be considered. Nominations should include a nomination letter and the candidate‚Äôs curriculum vitae and should be submitted to Sara Wakefield, Nominations Committee Chair, at no later than September 15, 2017.

Prior Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients:

2017 Todd R. Clear
2016 John Kramer
2015 Doris Layton MacKenzie
2014 Susan Turner
2013 Cassia Spohn
2012 John Hepburn
2011 Hans Toch