Applied Psychology Dept. Awards Spring 2016

Spring Awards 2016

The Spring Awards are administered through the Dept. of Applied Psychology.  The funding for each award is $100, the number of awards can change year to year depending on Dept. Funding.

The Bernard Katz Award

This award is for helpfulness, congeniality, and dedication to their program or peers. Three awards will be given. Graduating BS and graduating MA students are eligible.  

Program Nomination Form

Distinguished Service Award

This award is for graduating BS students for dedication and service to the Department of Applied Psychology. 

Program Nomination Form

Distinguished Teaching Award

This award is for a Ph.D. student who demonstrates excellence in the area of teaching. 

Program Nomination Form

Excellence in Fieldwork

This award is for a graduating BS student in recognition of their outstanding commitment, engagement, and growth at their fieldwork internship site. 

Program Nomination Form

Outstanding Clinical Service

This award for students who demonstrate outstanding skills in the area of clinical practice.  Two awards will be given. MA and Ph.D. students are eligible. 

Program Nomination Form 

Outstanding Research Contribution 

This award is for students whose research demonstrates excellence and originality.  Three awards will be given.  Graduating BS, graduating MA, and Ph.D. students are eligible. 

Program Nomination Form

Outstanding School Counseling Service

This award for one graduating school counseling student in recognition of outstanding work in support of the goals of school counselors: the promotion of academic, career, personal/social development, equity and success for all students.

Program Nomination Form

Social Justice Award

This award is for students for their contribution to improving the life conditions of vulnerable individuals or communities.  Graduating BS and graduating MA students are eligible. 

Program Nomination Form