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Sanger receives APPIC student research award

Sandra Sanger, doctoral candidate in Educational Psychology (Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology) has been selected to be the recipient of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers' (APPIC) 2010 Student Research Award.

The award is given for her doctoral dissertation research titled: "Supervisor Interventions and Reactions following an Attempted or Completed Suicide by a Supervisee's Client." The award letter noted: "There were a number of excellent candidates, however, your research contributions to training were clearly outstanding." Sandra will receive her award at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association this August 2010.

APPIC is an educational, non-profit organization with the mission of enhancing internship and postdoctoral training programs in professional psychology and has a membership of more than 700.

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