2017 Reap College Department Award Recipients
Posted by Byrne on 2017 May 4
Day in and day out, countless Marywood University students at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level work tirelessly towards bettering their education. Whether they are conducting unique research, providing therapy in a clinical setting, teaching in authentic classroom scenarios, or even simply writing a term paper, all Marywood students put forth their best thoughts, efforts, and work to achieve success.
Among the plethora of students in the Reap College, there are a select few whom have gone above and beyond in their work, studies, and expertise. These dedicated and intelligent students have shown consistent excellence and success in their fields of study, and their efforts have not gone unnoticed. The department heads and their corresponding co-workers have observed their diligence and have chosen to grace the following students with prestigious departmental awards for their outstanding service to their fields of study.
Communication Science/Disorders Department
Margaret T. Lunney Medal for Outstanding Performance in the Study of Communication Disorders
The Sister M. Regina Barrett Medal for Excellence in the Program of Early Childhood Education
The Rosemary Carroll Kazimer Medal for Excellence in the Program of Elementary Education
The Margaret Ruddy Dougherty Medal for Excellence in the Program of Special Education
The Sister M. Immaculata Gillespie Medal for Excellence in the Program of Secondary and K-12 Education
Medal for Excellence in Psychology
Sarah Lynn Davis
Kelly Ann Clark
Ph.D. Program in Human Development
McGowan Medal in Doctoral Studies
Dr. Kelly Carroll
Although the awards are an honorable representation of the hard work and efforts put forth by these students, they also are a testament to their ability to overcome difficult challenges that they are presented with every day in their intense programs.
Their respective departments, the Reap College, and Marywood University as a whole would like to congratulate all of these extraordinary students for a job exceptionally well done.