Imogene Jacobs Award in Psychology
The Imogene Jacobs Award is given to an outstanding junior in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Award decisions are made based on academic performance (e.g. GPA, research and teaching contribution, or the quality of academic work as evaluated by faculty). To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria: (1) majoring in Psychology, (2) junior-class standing, (3) obtain a letter of nomination by a faculty member in the department, (4) obtain a letter of support from another professor, and (5) provide a personal essay of 500 words or less as described below.
- Schools, Colleges, Departments
- College of Arts & Sciences
- Supplemental Questions
- Briefly describe your accomplishments in the department. What makes you a promising student? What are you hoping to accomplish in your senior year and beyond?
- Provide the name and email address of a Neuroscience and Psychology faculty member to submit a letter of nomination on your behalf for the Imogene Jacobs Award.
- Provide the name and email address of a professor (different than the one above) to submit a letter of recommendation on your behalf for the Imogene Jacobs Award.