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Educational Psychology graduate student receives Schochet Award

Trevor Dunn, Educational Psychology (Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology) graduate student, was recently awarded a Steven J. Schochet Endowment Academic Award for Excellence in GLBT Studies. This award honors excellence of currently enrolled GLBTA students (undergraduate or graduate) on any of the U of M campuses, who are advancing the generation and dissemination of knowledge, awareness, and research around GLBT topics & identities.

Trevor's research on mental health and gay-related stressors in Brazilian male sexual minorities was awarded under the "Health, Policy, & Practice" category. Award recipients will be honored at Lavender Celebration & Awards Ceremony in May.

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