GC Psychology Students Win Teaching Award and Diversity Supplement
Two students in the Graduate Center’s Ph.D. Program in Psychology have won national awards.
Doctoral candidate Kasey Powers has been selected as the graduate student recipient for the Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award by Sage Publications and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. The award recognizes Powers’s work in developing the pedagogy program in the Ph.D. Program in Psychology and her passion and achievements in teaching and the scholarship of teaching. A reception for Powers and the faculty recipient of the award will be held at the 2014 American Psychological Association Convention.
Ray Moody, who is in the Health Psychology and Clinical Science training area, has received a National Institute of Health Diversity Supplement award for his work with Professor Jeff Parsons at Hunter College. The supplement promotes diversity in health-related research.
Submitted on: JUL 30, 2014
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