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Psych Department Team Wins Awards at Greater New York Behavioral Conference

November 26, 2019
  • Amanda Anzovino '19, Dr. Nava Silton, and Patrick Riley '20
  • Amanda Anzovino '19
  • Amanda Anzovino '19
  • Amanda Anzovino '19, Dr. Nava Silton, and Patrick Riley '20
Patrick Riley ’20, Psychology and Public Health double major, and Amanda Anzovino ’19, a recent Psychology alumna, participated in the Greater New York Behavioral Conference hosted by Fordham University on November 24.

The annual conference highlights the research and presentations of undergraduate and graduate students and faculty in behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, urban studies, international studies, and related fields).

Riley and Anzovino received the Scarpetta Award (for best undergraduate research) for their latest Realabilities and Addy & Uno work conducted alongside faculty mentor and collaborator Nava Silton, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology.

In addition, Anzovino also received the Hanson Award (for best behavioral research on social justice) for her work on women in the police force. Her work was supported by mentors, Linda Solomon, Ph.D., and Cheryl Paradis, Ph.D., Professors of Psychology at MMC. 

Congratulations, all!