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Congratulations to our December 2019 Psychology graduates! You all will be missed but we are excited for the new chapter in your life!

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Some of our Psychology graduates and their favorite Psychology professors!

We are especially excited for our majors Stephanie Charney and Alicia Hughart, who have received two prestigious graduation awards.

Stephanie Charney

Stephanie Charney receiving her SU Pin

Stephanie has received the Stevenson University Pin to recognize her outstanding academic performance, leadership, and exceptional service to our community. Her professors described her as a “consummate student” with a terrific ability to ask questions that go deep to the heart of an issue, a “true collaborator” who is affable and positive to her fellow students, and “one of the best research assistants” for her reliability, ability to work independently, and the high quality of work that she consistently produces. Stephanie is an excellent student leader and has served on numerous leadership positions, including her role as a Student Ambassador.

Alicia Hughart

Alicia Hughart receiving the Mitchell Award

Alicia has received the Mitchell Award to recognize her outstanding service to her community that exemplifies the values of the Stevenson University’s mission. Alicia has improved the lives of others as the President of Active Minds. Notably, she has chosen to step forward when the organization was floundering, and under her leadership, Active Minds was revitalized and has been playing a major role in promoting mental health awareness and education on campus.

Graduates of December 2019, once again, congratulations!

Gabby Green, a Stevenson University Alumni, returned to her alma mater to share her experiences after graduation with students of Dr. Tulloch's Animal Behavior class.

Gabby graduated with a degree in Psychology and continued her education through the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, where she received her master's degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare. Gabby also discussed her current career path working with animal welfare policies at the Humane Society of America.

Congratulations to the Psychology Department's December 2014 graduates!

 
 
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