Hess receives APA Outstanding Graduate Student Research Awards
Daniel Hess, graduate of the doctoral program in Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology program in Educational Psychology, won two Outstanding Graduate Student Research Awards at the 117th American Psychological Association Annual Convention in Toronto, Canada, August 7, 2009. APA Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) and Division 52 (International Psychology) both awarded Dan separately for his dissertation research titled: "The Mental Health Sequelae and Treatment of Massive Community Violence in West Africa".
Dan's dissertation was advised by Michael Goh, Associate Professor in Educational Psychology, and co-advised by Jon Hubbard, an alum of the Institute of Child Development. Dan just completed a post-doc at University of California Berkeley Counseling and Psychological Services.