Psychology Students, Faculty Receive Awards at Honors Convocation

By Christopher Sarachilli | March 30, 2016


L to R: Dr. Joshua Blustein; Dr. Sheryl Smith, associate professor of Biology; Amanda Campbell ’16.

Three students in the Department of Psychology and the Master of Arts in Counseling program received special recognition at the 2016 Honors Convocation in March: 

  • Amanda Campbell ’16 was given the Martha Jean Hill Award for showing exceptional promise in research.
  • Casey Meiser ’16M was awarded the Samuel Cameron Award for Excellence in Counseling for demonstrating academic and professional excellence.
  • Laura Riley ’16 received the Bernard Mausner Memorial Psi Chi Award for showing outstanding promise in human services.

In addition, Dr. Joshua Blustein, associate professor of Psychology, received the Provost’s Award for Outstanding Advising and Mentoring, and Dr. Michael Morrow, assistant professor of Psychology in the Counseling program, was chosen for the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching.