Psychology: Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities

Andrew Fulmer (Psychology), a first-year Ph.D. student with a focus in Biopsychology, has been awarded a three-year National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship for 2012. The fellowship will support his research on the development and social influences of food storing behaviors in birds, specifically Black-capped Chickadees indigenous to Black Rock Forest, a nature preserve in New York.

Rachel Liebert
(Psychology) was awarded the Sigmund Koch Award for the best student paper presented at the 2011 International Society for Theoretical Psychology conference. Her paper was titled “Psy Technologies, Risk, and Freedom: Doing Madness under Securitization.”

Puleng Sagalo (Psychology) received the 2011–12 Koonja Mitchell Memorial Prize for $1000 from the GC’s Center for the Study of Women and Society. The prize is awarded to a GC student working on a dissertation concerned with issues of social justice, with consideration to militarism and trauma. 

Submitted on: APR 4, 2012

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