Congratulations to Dean Radin, who has been selected to receive the receive the PA's Outstanding Career Award this year. The award recognizes sustained (20 years or more) research or service contributions that have advanced the discipline of parapsychology.

Dean Radin is a prolific scientist, author, speaker, and overall a luminary in the field of parapsychology. With an academic foundation in electrical engineering (MS) and psychology (Ph.D.), his career, spanning four decades, is marked by impactful roles at premier institutions such as AT&T Bell Labs, Princeton University, and SRI International, culminating in his current position as Chief Scientist at the at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS).

Radin's explorations of nonlocal aspects of consciousness, or "psi," have contributed significantly to our understanding of the mind's capacities. His work has been recognized globally, including an Honorary DSc (doctor of science) from the Swami Vivekananda University, India (2022), and a Visionary Leader designation by The Visioneers International Network (2021). He is also an Associated Distinguished Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and cofounder and chairman of the biotech company, Cognigenics.

An accomplished writer, Radin's oeuvre includes over 750 talks, 300 articles, and nine influential books, with renown titles such as The Conscious Universe and Real Magic earning prestigious awards and translations into 15 languages. His scholarly work spans a multitude of renowned journals, and his insights have been sought by Ivy League universities, leading corporations, and government agencies worldwide.

With a filmography exceeding 40 appearances, Radin's contribution to the broader understanding of parapsychology is unparalleled. His meritorious work warrants the recognition of a Career Award in Parapsychology, embodying the spirit of research, academic rigor, and a tireless pursuit of knowledge that characterizes the field.

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