John M. Hadley Outstanding Senior Award

Purpose

The John M. Hadley Outstanding Senior Award is given to a Psychological Sciences or Brain and Behavioral Sciences major who is recognized for demonstrating excellence in academics, extracurricular service activities, and leadership. This honor comes with a cash award and the inscription of the awardee's name on a plaque that hangs in the department.

Deadline

Due date: November 17, 2017

Criteria and Selection

To apply for this award, you should submit your undergraduate transcript(s), a CV or resume, and a personal statement, along with letters of support from two individuals who can speak to how you meet the criteria for the award. These materials need to be sent to Dr. Susie Swithers, the Director of Undergraduate Studies, and received by November 17, 2017. Letters may be sent by email, faxed to 765-496-6279, or sent by regular mail to Dr. Swithers' attention at Department of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University, 703 Third Street, West Lafyette, IN 47907.

Past Recipients

RecipientYear
Eliza Greiner May 2017
Megan Carroll May 2016
Fizza Haider December 2015
Melissa Davoust May 2015

Past Outstanding Senior Award in Psychological Sciences Recipients:

2014 - Amanda Van Camp
2013 - Jonathan Oskvarek
2012 - Afrida Rahman
2011 - Amber Jarnecke
2010 - Judith Asem
2009 - Megan Smith
2008 - Nicole Pucci
2007 - Emily E. Good
2006 - Aimee Smith
2005 - Emily J. Gurry
2004 - Cheryl Macy
2003 - Kari Terzino
2002 - Kristen Sweat
2001 - Katherine Colby
2000 - Jennifer Dobbs
1999 - Stephanie Albertson
1998 - Katherine Gapinski
1997 - Amy Trowbridge
1996 - Renee N. Fowler
1995 - Judith G. Gainer
1994 - Natalie A. Milbrandt
1993 - R. Randall Robison
1992 - Stephanie L. Dingman
1991 - Ric Paul Waits
1990 - Christine Coussens
1989 - Robin Thomas
1988 - Christina Bellanti
1987 - Julie Kable
1986 - Ionna Pantazi
1985 - Nancy Marchand


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