Carl C. Bell Memorial Award
Open to high school students in Chicago and Chicagoland areas.
The Effects of COVID within your community, school, family or your own mental health.
Deadline for Submission is: October 01, 2021.
The award recipient will receive a $200 cash prize and have their submission presented at the IPS annual meeting on October 9, and in our publication, "Mind Matters."
Art/Media is classified as: drawings, paintings, poetry, raps, and original songs (3 minute duration)
All submissions are welcome with the exception- no profanity or intolerance of others.
The submissions will be judged on originality, relevance to the topic, innovation, and quality.
Submissions should be electronic, either word document or picture format to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject line: "Carl C. Bell Memorial Award Submission"
Questions?: Contact Kristen Malloy at email@example.com.
The Carl Bell Memorial Award was established to honor the late Carl Bell, M.D who was a remarkable psychiatrist and nationally known for his community psychiatry work especially on the Southside of Chicago. Professor Bell authored of over 500 publications, recipient of the American Psychiatric Association Distinguished Service Award, Bernard P. Harrison Award of Merit, NCCHC’s highest honor, for his long involvement with the organization and his groundbreaking work, E.Y. Williams Distinguished Senior Clinical Scholar Award from the National Medical Association in 1992, the Adolph Meyer Award for Lifetime Achievement in Psychiatric Research in 2019, in addition to working on many national scientific boards. Dr. Bell was a vocal crusader for health equity and violence prevention in underserved communities, and a pioneer in alcohol research with developing our current understanding of the long-term effects of in-utero alcohol exposure. He was a well-respected and beloved teacher, colleague, mentor and clinician. Thus, the Carl C. Bell Memorial Award was developed in his honor to continue to champion mental health disparities, community violence and inspire our youth for future greatness.