AADA Outstanding Adultspan Journal Article Award
"When Surviving Jim Crow Is a Preexisting Condition": The Impact of COVID-19 on African Americans in the Late Adulthood and Their Perceptions of the Medical Field
This award is chosen by the Adultspan journal editor to recognize a colleague or colleagues for a specific publication in the AADA Adultspan journal judged as making a substantial contribution to the literature and/or practice of adult development and aging.
Dr. Taryne M. Mingo
AADA Outstanding Service Award
This award is presented to an AADA member with a history of service to support adult development and aging. This award is determined based on the nature of service, relevance to the profession, significance of service, and a record of long-continued professional contributions.
Dr. Kaprea Johnson
Outstanding Research Award
Dr. Jungeun "Jay" Lee
Dr. Mansoo Ko
"Impact of Clinical Depression on Physical Activity in Older Women"
AADA President's Mentor Award
This award was established in 1990 by AADA President Richard Johnson, in honor of an inspirational teacher with significant ties to the field of adult development and aging. It is offered, at the discretion of the current AADA President, during the time of the ACA Annual Conference.
In April, 2022 the AADA Governing Council renamed this award in honor of Dr. Catherine Rowland to:
The Dr. Catherine B. Rowland President's Mentor Award