John P. Hill Award for the Study of Adolescent Development
This scholarship was established in 1989 in honor of John P. Hill, Ph.D., former Department of Psychology chair and internationally acclaimed scholar in the field of adolescence. The award is given each year to a graduate student in psychology who exhibits high academic standards and evidence of promise in research in adolescent or family development. Students are nominated by faculty and submit a vita showing research, teaching and service.
- College of Humanities and Sciences
- Supplemental Questions
- Present a curriculum vita showing your research, teaching and service to date.