Psychology students

Pictured (left to right): Alan Harrison, Alisha Turman, Kenneth Hammett


Each year, the Psychology faculty, select one undergraduate student and two graduate students in our Experimental Psychology Master’s program to honor on Honors Day. The Psychology Department is proud to recognize Alisha Turman, Alan Harrison, and Kenneth Hammett as our 2017 Honors Day honorees.

Alisha Turman is receiving the award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student. Alan Harrison is recognized with the Outstanding Graduate student in Psychology award. Kenneth Hammett is recognized with the Outstanding Thesis award for his work examining how different types of pressure influence math anxiety and math performance.

These students will be recognized by the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at the Honors Day ceremony on April 11, in Wilson Hall at 9:30 am. They will then be recognized by the Psychology department, at the Psi Chi Induction ceremony on April 26, 2017, in the Union Grove Art Gallery at 1 pm.

Please join us in congratulating these students!