Two graduate students in the Department of Psychology have each won awards in the 2020/2021 Graduate Student Awards Program. The Graduate Student Awards Program recognizes graduate student achievement across multiple categories: Research and Creative Scholarship, Thesis and Dissertation, Teaching, Engagement and Social Justice Advocacy.
Morgan Minyo, a third-year doctoral students in the Adult Development and Aging Ph.D. Program, and Bethany Cox, a second year student in the Experimental Research specialization of the M.A. program in psychology, have both received honors from this year's Graduate Student Awards Program.
Morgan was selected for the Excellent Master’s Thesis Award in Research in Law, Education, Social Sciences, Humanities and Business. This award is granted to graduate students for research conducted for a master’s thesis which has the potential to make a substantial contribution to the field.
Bethany was selected to receive the Excellent Achievement Award in Research in Law, Education, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Business. This award recognizes and rewards graduate students for sustained and substantial research and creative scholarship contributions in their field of study.