David March receives national research award
David March, a grad student in the Social Psychology area working with Michael Olson and Lowell Gaertner, received a 2017 Outstanding Research Award from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. The award highlights outstanding research conducted by graduate student members of SPSP. The results are based on a peer-review process which uses a detailed rubric evaluating the quality of the research design, methods, results, and the contribution to the literature. Winners are awarded with a $100 honorarium and a plaque, to be presented at the SPSP Annual Convention in Atlanta. Only 5 winners were selected from 69 applications received.