Student Awards

The Psychology Department makes three awards to students each year. The recipients are selected by the entire psychology faculty. Click on each award to see a list of previous winners.

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•   The L.A. Hoff Psychology Research Award goes to an undergraduate psychology student judged by the faculty as having done outstanding research while at FMU.
•   The Mike Jordan Psychology Award is given to an undergraduate psychology student who, in addition to strong academic performance, shows exceptional promise in areas such as research and applied psychology.
•   The Mandra Memorial Award and Scholarship in Applied Psychology recognize graduate students whose work has distinguished them. This award includes a $100 scholarship.

Psychology majors also compete for the university-wide President’s Research Award, won in recent years by Matthew Rhodes, Marian Stokes, and Kayla Duncan.