2007 Psychology Award Winners
In May 2007, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences hosted the third annual reception for its graduating seniors. Students and faculty were able to share stories and say good-bye one final time before the graduation ceremony. Various departments also gave out awards to their outstanding graduates. In the Psychology Department, the following awards were given to our graduating seniors:
Alicia Barrese was nominated to be the Psychology Department Student Marshal at the 2007 graduation ceremony. This honor is given to a graduating senior who best exemplifies the goals and spirit of the department. At the graduation ceremony the student marshal leads the other psychology graduates through the procession and the presentation of their diplomas.
Stephanie Myers received the Outstanding Psychology Student Scholar award for her academic performance and work as a research assistant in Dr. Keith Burton’s lab.
Amy Barnes and Jeremy Studebaker received the Outstanding Student Research Projects award for Study Group Effectiveness and Coloring Emotions, both of which were supervised by Dr. Sheryl Reminger.
Brittany Phillips received the Outstanding Service to the Psychology Department award for her work as the Department Student Representative and being an active member of Psi Chi.
Michael Gammon and Christine McGraw received the Outstanding Psychology Senior Seminar Portfolio award for creating exceptional portfolios in the Senior Seminar capstone course.