- Mallinckrodt, 2009-12 co-investigator for $300,000 federal grant to study suicide prevention.
- Miles 2012-13, recipient of National Science Foundation grant, “The Gay Sessions: Psychotherapy and the Production of Sexual Orientation in Psychological Science.”
- Mallinckrodt, 2012, APA Division 52 (International Psychology), International Graduate Student Mentoring Award
- Levy 2011 recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Award, University of Tennessee.
- Levy and Miles, 2011 participants in UT Grant Writing Institute, sponsored by UT Office of Research.
- Mallinckrodt, 2011 APA Division 44, Evelyn Hooker Award for Distinguished Contribution by an Ally.
- Miles, 2011, Creative Teaching Grant, University of Tennessee.
- Szymanski, 2011, with former students Erika Carr and Lauren Moffitt, recipients of 2011 Outstanding Contribution to The Counseling Psychologist award for their articles on the Sexual Objectification of Women.
- Miles, 2011, Ready for the World Grant, University of Tennessee.
- Szymanski, 2011, Chancellor’s Honors Jefferson Award
- Szymanski, 2011, named Fellow of two more APA Divisions: 44 (LGBT issues), and 35 (Psychology of Women), in addition to 17 (Counseling Psychology)
- Miles, 2010, Bruce Fretz Scientist-Practitioner Award, University of Maryland.
- Owens, 2010, participant in UT Grant Writing Institute, sponsored by UT Office of Research.
- Szymanski, 2010, UT College of Arts and Sciences, Diversity Leadership Award
- Szymanski, 2010, appointed Associate Editor of the Psychology of Women Quarterly.
- Szymanski, 2010, Angie Warren Perkins Award, UT Chancellor’s Office
- Mallinckrodt, 2009, name Fellow of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science.
- Szymanski, 2009, named as an Emerging Leader of Women in Psychology by the APA Committee of Women in Psychology.
- Szymanski, 2009, Chancelor’s Honors LGBT Ally Research Award
- Owens , 2009, received SARIF summer research award.
- Szymanski 2009, Alice F. Chang Scholar Award, Asian American Psychological Association's Division on Women; Co-recipient Arpana Gupta
- Szymanski 2008, UT Chancellor’s LGB Ally Research Award.
- Owens, 2008, Chancellor’s Grant for Faculty Research (course release).
- Mallinckrodt, 2008 was one of 100 psychologists invited to APA Science Leadership Conference.
- Mi Ra Sung recipient of the 2008 UT Diversity Enhancement Fellowship.
- Catherine Hererra recipient of an APA Minority Fellowship, $20,000 support for three years. She is one of only 7 recipients selected from 157 applications received from psychology graduate students across the U.S. (Gina Owens, advisor).
- Amanda Alexander named NCAA Academic All American while completing the last year of her eligibility on the UT Women’s Track team.
- Current enrollment includes 13% U.S. ethnic minority students and 27% international students. Our international students come from countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and from the Caribbean in North America.
- APA 2012 Board of Educational Affairs, Innovation in Graduate Education Award, for the Scientist-Practitioner-Advocate training model.