Psychology students win awards at the School of Sciences Virtual Honors Convocation, March 27, 2020.
List of Award Recipients
University Provost, Dr. Marilyn Abbott presented the Easton Award to Isabelle "Ellie" Martin, who was chosen as the female senior who exemplifies the ideals of scholarship, leadership, loyalty, and service to the university and community.
President John Porter presented the Ryan Guffey International Student Award to Nam Nguyen, for demonstrating exemplary academic achievement and for making exceptional contributions to campus life at Lindenwood.
This year's Charlotte G. Evans Psychology Award went to Baylie Fowler for significantly contributing to facilitate interest in psychology through leadership, selection of events, and promotion of psychological activities.
Samantha "Sam" Ebert won the Psychology Award for her excellence in her studies and dedication to the practice of the psychology profession as a service to others, and the Maria Leonard Alpha Lambda Delta Senior Book Award, or graduating with the highest grade point average as a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta.
Outside of our discipline, this year's T.R. Hughes Criminal Justice Award went to psychology and criminology and criminal justice major, Tommi Donnelly-Julian, who has been recognized for demonstrating humanitarian principles toward others, striving for excellence in all endeavors, and seeking to advance professionalism and just ideals within the criminal justice system.
The Edith Zanville Frontiers of Science Honors Award went to another psychology major, Megan Hamilton for her outstanding scientific paper.