The Todd “TJ” McCallum Award for Community-Based Scholarship honors the career of a prominent geropsychologist who was not only interested in better understanding the aging process, but how best to care for individuals as they age. Dr. McCallum was also extremely passionate about bringing his research to the community. For example, he opened the “Brain Emporium” on the Case Western Reserve University campus, allowing aging individuals to to sharpen their thinking skills by using cognitive tasks. Each year, a graduate student in the Department of Psychological Sciences who demonstrates a passion for community-based scholarship will be selected by the faculty as the recipient of the Todd “TJ” McCallum Award.

To allocate your gift to the Todd “TJ” McCallum Award for Community-Based Scholarship, simply click this link,  enter the amount you would like to give in the “Other” line, then add “McCallum Award” in the “Special Instructions” box.