Two SUNY New Paltz psychology students, both members of the class of 2018, have been selected to receive Chancellor’s Awards for Student Excellence. The Chancellor’s award is a SUNY-wide recognition based on distinctive academic, athletic, leadership, service, and other achievements and contributions. The awards will be conferred in a ceremony in Albany on April 10. President Donald Christian, Vice President for Student Affairs Stephanie Blaisdell, and several faculty and staff will attend.
Here is some more information about our two psychology student Chancellor’s Award winners. Congratulations to both of them!
Trisha Chabria (Biology and Psychology), enrolled in 7-year BS/DO program, member of Absolut A Cappella and South Asian Cultural Association, led medical missions to Honduras and Nicaragua as President of Global Medical Brigades, research participation in psychology, biology, Benjamin Center for Public Policy Initiatives, conference presentations.
Katrina Scarimbolo (Psychology, minors in Creative Writing and Disaster Studies), Honors Program, Peer Academic Success Coach and Peer Advisor/Mentor, conference presentations, publication in undergraduate research journal, and published poetry, Emerging Leaders Program graduate.