Awards & Honors
Professor Cheryl McNeil has been selected as the recipient of the Eberly College’s 2011-2012 Outstanding Public Service Award.
Drew Proudfoot has been selected as “Outstanding Senior” in the Department of Psychology.
Grant Shulman, Psychology major and Psi Chi/Psychology Club president, has been selected for the Order of Augusta.
Darcey Powell is the recipient of the 2011-12 Eberly College Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant in Psychology Award
Doctoral students Tara Karns and Cara Palmer have been named as Blaney Fellows for Summer 2012. The awards from the Carolyn and Gerald Blaney Graduate Fellowship Fund provide for dedicated time to be spent toward dissertation projects over the summer. Congratulations Tara and Cara.
Professor Michael Perone has been named Woodburn Profesor for a two year term to run 2011-2013.
Professor Dan McNeil received an Eberly College 2010-2011 Outstanding Researcher Award.
Assistant Professor Amy Fiske received the Eberly College 2010-2011 Outstanding Public Service Award.
WVU’s chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, has been awarded outstanding regional chapter award for 2010-2011. Only one such award is given annually to a chapter in each of the regions in the nation. Congratulations to the officers, committee chairs, and members of the Department’s Psi Chi and Psychology Club.
Lisa DiDonato was the recipient of the 2010-2011 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant award.
Augustine Osman was the recipient of the 2010 Eberly College Alumni Award. Dr. Osman is the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies for the College of Liberal and Fine Arts at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he also serves as Director of the Culture and Policy Institute and as Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology. He graduated from WVU magna cum laude with a bachelors degree in philosophy and psychology in 1979. He received his masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from WVU in 1983 and 1986, respectively.
Danielle Nadorff, is the 2010 recipient of the university’s Nick Evans Professional Advising Excellence Award.
Allison Tetreault is a recipient of the Sidney W. and Janet R. Bijou Fellowship, awarded by the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis (SABA). This fellowship is awarded to doctoral students who have shown a strong commitment to research in child development from a behavioral perspective. More information about the fellowship is available at: http://www.abainternational.org/saba/grantsfund/sjbf.asp
Psychology Graduate Program – Recipient of APA’s 2005 Innovative Practices Award
Department of Psychology -2004 recipient of Enduring Programmatic Contributions to Behavior Analysis (The Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis)
Clinical Psychology – Outstanding Training Program 2001 (Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy)