- March 8, 2012
- 9:44 am
- Patricia Mooney-Melvin
Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Student wins APA Graduate Student Ethics Prize
Rachel Wasserman, Ph.D. student in the clinical psychology program has been awarded the APA 2012 Graduate Student Ethics Prize for her paper entitled “Ethical Issues and Guidelines for Conducting Data Analysis in Psychological Research”. The prize is open to any psychology graduate student in the nation, and is awarded to a paper on psychology and ethics. Rachel will be presented with the award at the 2012 APA Annual Convention in Orlando, FL. Any Loyola students and faculty who will be attending the conference are invited to the award presentation-Rachel would love to see some familiar faces! In addition to winning the APA award, Rachel’s paper will be published in Ethics and Behavior.