Dr. David Rollock has been selected as the 2012 winner of the Eugene E. Levitt Section of Psychology Service Award. The Levitt Award is the highest award given by the IU School of Medicine Section of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry. It is given to one individual annually in recognition of exemplary contributions to the advancement of research, education, and service on behalf of the Section of Psychology. Dr. Rollock was chosen for this award for his excellence in teaching psychology interns, for his work supporting the creation of collaborative clinical practica between Purdue University and UISM, and for his work as an advisor to the diversity recruitment initiative in the Section of Psychology. Congratulations, Dr. Rollock!
The American Psychological Foundation (APF) is pleased to announce that Philip Grimaldi is a recipient of a 2012 APF Ungerleider/Zimbardo Travel Scholarship. These scholarships provide $300 toward convention travel for seven graduate students whose posters are accepted each year. Phil is a graduate student in our Cognitive Psychology program. Congratulations, Phil!