Awards, Honors, Appointments and Recognition
Maryalice Citera (Psychology) and Robin Cohen-La Valle (Student Development) were awarded a $750 grant from the National Institute for Study of Transfer Students for their project, “Transfer Student Self-Reliance and Its Relationship to Adjustment and Academic Performance in the Millennial Transfer Student,” which explores the association among self-reliance, transfer student adjustment and performance while also comparing entrants starting in the fall with mid-year entrants.
Larry Hauptman (History) received the Environmental Distinguished Award from Mohonk Consultations, a nonprofit environmental organization based at Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz. The award recognizes his contributions to writing and promoting Native American history.
L. Syd Johnson (Philosophy) was awarded a post-doctoral fellowship at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The two-year position, which commences this summer, centers on research projects in the field of neuroethics, which addresses ethics in relation to neuroscience.