Joseph Trimble was recently recognized as a distinguished alumni at the annual Kaleidoscope Evening at the University of Oklahoma.
On March 8th, 2019, nearly 300 guests attended Kaleidoscope Evening to celebrate the college and honor our faculty, alumni and distinguished service awards winners. To view photos from the event on the college Facebook page, click here. The college appreciates all who attended this special evening and those who contributed to help support student scholarships. For their contributions on the local, state, national and international levels, Rick Bayless, Frank Higginbottom, Brooke Murphy and Joseph Trimble were recognized as the 2019 Distinguished Alumni of the University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences.
During his time at the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Trimble was featured in the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series. There he talked about Globally Authentic and Culturally Diverse Leadership.
Joseph E. Trimble recently presented a TEDx talk at Western Washington University. See: Culture and Leadership, Joseph Trimble, TEDxWWU: https://youtu.be/fuHj3jsBdKE The main thesis of the 18- minute talk is captured in his statement:
Joseph Trimble won the American Psychological Foundation’s 2017 Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in Psychology in the Public Interest, presented during the APF Award Ceremony at the American Psychology Association Convention in Washington, D.C.
The award recognizes his distinguished career and contribution to promoting psychological and sociocultural research with indigenous populations, especially American Indians and Alaska Natives. See: WWU’s Window article, Culture Matters, Fall 2017