Psychology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Student Awards: Faculty Choice Award

Candidates for this award must be seniors who have a minimum grade point average in their psychology coursework of 3.00, while having completed, by graduation, a minimum of 45 credits taken at GMU.  This award is designed to reward the senior psychology major who demonstrates an exceptionally high degree of interest, maturity, motivation, and effort in his/her psychology classes.  The primary focus of this award is the attitude of the nominated student.  In determining the recipient of this award, personal challenges or circumstances that the student has had to overcome can be considered.  In addition, community or campus involvement can be used to distinguish between candidates.  Grades should be used as a secondary consideration.

            Nominations for this award should be submitted to the Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies (Jim Sanford) by full-time or adjunct faculty with knowledge of the candidate’s personal circumstances and/or classroom attitude.  Nominations should include a statement of qualifications written by the faculty member, an unofficial transcript, and a resume of the nominee.

All Awardees

2016-2017

  • Ami Getu, Psychology
  • Jordan Ortiz, Neuroscience

2015-2016

  • Alenamie Alegrado, Honorable Mention
  • Kshitij Neupane

2014-2015

  • Katherynn Barlow
  • Natalie Williams

2013-2014

  • Brittany Hill, Honorable Mention
  • Aaron Saidi

2012-2013

  • Jamie Brill
  • Juliana Perdue

2010-2011

  • Kristina Herndon
  • Sarah. L Jones, Honorable Mention
  • Sarah M. Waldron, Honorable Mention

2009-2010

  • Patrick Mumper

2008-2009

  • Bronwyn E. Devlin

2007-2008

  • Kristen Durbin

2004-2005

  • Karen Dunn
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