The annual UK-SBA Student Award was created in 2015 to recognise exemplary scholarly or clinical activity by students of Behaviour Analysis in the UK.   If you are an undergraduate or a postgraduate and have completed any basic or applied behaviour analytic project/dissertation/thesis involving the collection and analysis of data, we are interested in hearing from you!

There will be one undergraduate award and one postgraduate award.  The winner of each division will receive a cheque for £100, a commemorative plaque, complimentary subscription to the UK-SBA for a period of one year, AND complimentary entry to a 2019 Speaker Series event.

The 2019 Student Award is underway!

The deadline for submissions was February 25th 2019.  Entries are reviewed by a panel of Doctoral-level behaviour analysts and winners will be determined through deliberation among the reviewers.

Good luck to all those who have submitted their work - the winners will be announced in May 2019.

 

The 2018 Student Award Winners

Two Postgraduate Student Awards were awarded in 2018.

PhD student Emily Groves from the University of South Wales was awarded the 2018 Student Award for her submission entitled “Does the Good Behaviour Game evoke negative peer pressure?”

PhD student Victoria Markham from the University of South Wales was awarded the 2018 Student Award for her submission entitled “Evaluating efficacy and learner preference for prompt fading strategies during discrete-trial instruction.”

Emily and Victoria were presented with their awards by Dr Greg Hanley at our May 2018 Speakers’ Series event in London.