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Member Accomplishments

2018 Induction Ceremony Distinguished Members

Ms. Mary Davis

Ms. Angela Miganelli

Ms. Hannah Johnston

Ms. Gretchen Pratt

2016-2017 Distinguished Chapter Awards

Emily Atton, Distinguished Graduate Student Award

Julia Marn, Distinguished Senior Award

Corey Davis, Distinguished Underclassman Award

2017 URSS Award Winner

Natalia Wohar, "Body Posture and Perceptions of the Homeless"

2017 GRSS Award Winner

Tyler Dunn, "The association between medication adherence in mental illness and substance use disorder relapse in patients with dual diagnosis", PKP Outstanding Research Award for Graduate Symposium

Study Abroad Session A (for Fall 2016) Winner

Rachel Willis

Major:  Public Relations & International Relations with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies
Year: Junior 
Hometown: Erie, PA

Program Information:
"I will be studying in Valparaiso, Chile, this upcoming fall through the School for International Training (SIT). My program is focused on the Cultural Identity, Social Justice and Community Development in contemporary Chilean society. For part of my program I have to conduct a research project during my last four weeks in Chile."

"I intend to research the concept of role models within a collective society such as Chile and its impact on girls' empowerment, specifically when encouraging them to pursue non-traditional roles as adults, such as a career in politics. Additionally, I will be staying with an indigenous family for two weeks in the southern area of Chile to examine the challenges specific to the indigenous community from their perspectives. Overall, this experience will allow me to sharpen my Spanish fluency while immersing myself within Chilean culture and learning more about the country's political atmosphere, successful economic model and evolving social climate." 

                      

2016 Spirit of Learning Award Winners

Nancy Trun, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences

Dr. Trun won in the interim. 

Sarah E. Wallace, Ph.D. CCC-SLP

Assistant Professor, Rangos School of Health Sciences, Speech-Language Pathology