Psychology graduate students receive honors
Several Psychology graduate students have received recent honors:
Mike Finn, a Clinical Psychology doctoral student, along with Mark Waugh, received a 1st Place Award for a poster in Session II for the 2018 Society for Personality Assessment Annual Convention in Washington, DC
Caitlin Clevenger, a Clinical Psychology doctoral student who works with Greg Stuart, received the 2018 Graduate Student of the Year Award from the UT Division of Student Life. This award recognizes graduate students for their character, service, outstanding contributions to the Division of Student Life, and academic achievements at the University of Tennessee.
Zachary Glovak, a Biological Psychology graduate student who works with Helen Baghdoyan and Ralph Lydic, Emily Mariotti, a Clinical Psychology graduate student who works with Jenn Bolden, and Renee Mikorski, a Counseling graduate student who works with Dawn Szymanski, received Extraordinary Professional Promise awards at the 2018 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet. Extraordinary Professional Promise honors are awarded to students who demonstrate professional promise in teaching, research or other contributions.
Meagan Brem, a Clinical Psychology graduate student who works with Greg Stuart, received the Extraordinary Professional Promise award.
Congrats to these outstanding, accomplished Psychology graduate students!