KASAHARA EARLY CAREER AWARD

NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2022 KASAHARA EARLY CAREER AWARD

WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2021

​The Kasahara Early Career Award was established in 2006 to honor the memory of Dr. Hiroshi Kasahara and the lasting contributions made by Dr. Hiroshi and Mrs. Toshiko Kasahara to fisheries science and the work of AIFRB. The Kasahara Award is intended to recognize the Institute’s most promising young associates and members early in their research careers.

 

Nomination Instructions

Nominations for the award may be submitted as a self-nomination or from a 3rd-party AIFRB member in good standing, including academic advisors, supervisors, colleagues, etc.  The nomination should minimally include the nominee's name and contact information, and may include additional supporting materials, such as a letter of support detailing the qualifications of the nominee. 

 

All nominees will be contacted by the Kasahara Award Committee Chair and requested to submit a current resume or CV, including a list of publications, and a one-page summary of how the award would be used to promote the nominee’s research.  Submissions in MSWord or as pdf documents are required. 

 

Submit nominations to:

Chair: Steve Cadrin

Email: scadrin@umassd.edu

Subject: AIFRB Kasahara Award Nomination

Qualifications

  • Preference will be given to nominees who:

    • develop innovative approaches to fisheries science

    • promote connections between basic and applied research

    • integrate science and policy for sustainable management of fishery resources

    • demonstrate active involvement or leadership in research and science organizations

 

Review Criteria

A committee comprised of five individuals was appointed by AIFRB's President to review all submitted nominees.  Review criteria include the following:

  • Accomplished researcher in fisheries science, with competence in conservation and proper utilization of fishery resources

  • Demonstrated potential for leadership in scientific frontiers

  • Received a PhD in the last seven years (exceptional scientists who do not have a PhD should have received their BS within the last 15 years)

  • Professional Associate or Member of AIFRB in good standing

  • Nominated by a Professional Associate, Member or Fellow of AIFRB

 

Kasahara Award Committee Members:
Steve Cadrin, Chair, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth School for Marine Science and Technology

Mary Fabrizio, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Lisa Kerr, Gulf of Maine Research Institute
Bruce Miller, University of Washington

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