Congratulations to these students for their achievements!
Sharjeel Chaudhry received the 2017 William Beaumont Research Award, 1st Place.
Sharjeel Chaudhry received the 2017 Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Fellowship.
Amy Chong received the 2018 APA Basic Psychology grant.
Joe DeTello received the 2017 Ann S. and Robert R. Morley research award.
Allison Franz received the Honorable Mention for the Human Ecology Alumni Association Outstanding Senior Award.
David Garavito received the 2017 Engaged Cornell research grant.
Nnamdi Igwe received the 2018 Dean's Summer Funding Award (College of Human Ecology).
Christine Lin was selected for the Sloan-Kettering's QSURE 2018 summer program for biostatistics and health.
Julia Nolte received the 2018 Engaged Cornell research grant.
Julia Nolte received the 2017 Franz E. Weinert Award for the Best Graduate Thesis in Psychology (Heidelberg University).
Julia Nolte received the 2017 Society of Medical Decision Making Student Prize (Margaret Holmes-Rovner Award in Decision Psychology and Shared Decision Making).
Christos Panagiotopolous received the 2018 Lemelson Foundation Fellowship from the Society for Psychological Anthropology.
Tristan Ponzo received a Research Fellowship from Emory University.
Tristan Ponzo received the Honorable Mention for the Human Ecology Alumni Association Outstanding Senior Award.
Joe DeTello received the Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Outstanding Performance in Research in Human Development.
Allison Franz received the 2018 Henry Ricciuti Award for Outstanding Seniors in Human Development.
Michael Mongelli has been named a Merrill Presidential Scholar.
Evan Wilhelms received the Harold Feldman, Flemmie Kittrell, Virginia Cutler, Esther Stocks, and Flora Rose Fellowship.
Lindsay Dower and Grace An were awarded a Human Ecology Alumni Association (HEAA) grant for “Testing the 1-year Efficacy of an Obesity Prevention Intervention.” (11/24/14)
Suveera Dang received both the Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Seniors with Outstanding Performance in Research and the Henry Ricciuti Award for Outstanding Seniors in Human Development.
Rebecca Derven received the Junior Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Outstanding Performance in Research.
Amrita Rao and Anna Zhu each received an Honorable Mention for the 2014 Human Ecology Alumni Association's Outstanding Senior Award.
Emily Lopes received the College of Human Ecology Florence Halpern Award. About the award.
Suveera Dang received the Junior Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Achievement in Research.
Julie Avrutine received the Senior Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Achievement in Research and the Henry Ricciuti Memorial Awards for Outstanding Seniors in Human Development.
Rebecca Derven received a Human Ecology Summer Research Stipend. (4/1/13)
Sharjeel Chaudhry placed in the Elsie Van Buren Rice Competition for Public Speaking, where he presented his talk entitled "Take a Risk: FTT style." (3/29/13)
Emily Lopes won the 2013 Human Ecology Alumni Association's Outstanding Senior Award.
Brittany Cohen received the Janet and Joseph Zuckerman Award for Excellence in Human Development Studies, and Margaret Waru Gichane received an Honorable Mention. Both women are also 2011-2012 HD Honors Students. (5/8/12)
Brittany Cohen received a Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Achievement in Research, and is also a Human Development Degree Marshall. (5/8/12)
Margaret Waru Gichane, Daniel Polla, and Brittany Cohen were awarded the Henry Ricciuti Memorial Award for Outstanding Seniors in Human Development. (5/8/12)
Sara Rahman received two awards at the Student Organization Awards and Recognition ceremony: the Distinguished Student Leader Award and the Class of 1963 Award for Diversity for her work as President of the committee for the Advancement of Muslim Culture (CAMC). (5/8/12)
Zachary Nollett and Ariel Wampler each received a Human Ecology Summer Research Stipend. (5/8/12)
Sharjeel Chaudhry and Emily Lopes were featured in a Cornell Chronicle article that covered a current project of the College of Human Ecology student group, Pre-professional Association Toward Careers in Health (PATCH). Members of PATCH received grant from Humanity First, a disaster relief organization, to assemble science kits that will be sent to fourth- and fifth-grade children in Haiti. (4/11/12)
Allison Portenoy and Priscila Brust received grants from the College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Fund for their project, “Numeracy and Medication Adherence in Diabetic College Students.” (3/27/12)
Allison Portenoy and Priscila Brust were awarded a Human Ecology Alumni Association (HEAA) grant for "Diabetes Medication Adherence and Numeracy: A Fuzzy-Trace Approach." (3/6/12)
Adrienne Romer has been named a 2011 Outstanding Senior in Human Development. Students who have truly excelled in research, community service, or leadership are chosen for these awards. (Posted 4/22/11).
Margaret Gichane won the Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Outstanding Performance in Research. (Posted 4/22/11)
Emily Lopes received a Human Ecology Summer Research Stipend
Anna Zhu received a Cornell Cooperative Extension Summer Internship
Anna Kharmats was awarded a grant from the Human Ecology Alumni Association for Reducing the Risk Study -EatFit Curriculum. (Posted 4/22/11)
Daniel Polla was awarded a grant from the Human Ecology Alumni Association for Interventions for Risk Reduction and Avoidance in Adolescents. (Posted 4/22/11)
Adrienne Romer was awarded a grant from the Human Ecology Alumni Association
Seth Pardo was awarded a Human Ecology Alumni Association HEAA research grant
Emily Lopes was awarded a Human Ecology Alumni Association HEAA research grant
Garielle Tan was accepted to the SIT Study Abroad Program in China! She will be taking courses in community health and traditional Chinese medicine for six weeks this summer (2011).
Margaret (Waru) Gichane and Sara Rahman were selected as 2011 Truman Scholar Finalists.
Brandi Jackson, Zachary Lorsch, Oren Jaspan, Daniel Polla, and Jeremy Ojalehto were distinguished as Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Scholars
Seth Pardo received a Graduate School Conference Grant from the Graduate School.
Gabrielle Tan received the 2010 Congressional Gold Medal Award.
Debra Goldman was awarded the Urie Bronfenbrenner Spring 2010 TA Teaching Award.
Catherine Wassef was awarded a Hatch grant from the USDA.
Debra Goldman was awarded a grant from the Human Ecology Alumni Association.
Seth Pardo was awarded a grant from the Human Ecology Alumni Association.
Stefani Birnhak completed an honors thesis entitled "The Importance of Risk Perception in Surgery" and graduated magna cum laude.
Anna Kharmats was awarded a Marjorie A. Corwin Fellowship for Undergraduate Research in the College of Human Ecology.
Dmitry Kozhevnikov received the award of Residential Programs Student Staff Member of the Year.
Seth Pardo was awarded the 2009 Graduate Summer Fellowship Award from the Department of Human Development.
Ashley McGrath was awarded the Margaret Crouch Nottingham Endowed Scholarship and the Evalyn Gatchell Home Bureau Scholarship.
Regina Myers is the 2008 winner of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Academic Excellence and the Human Development Outstanding Senior Award.
Jessica DeMarinis is the 2008 winner of the Urie Bronfenbrenner Memorial Award for Achievement in Research. Stacey Elliott, Human Development Senior, was awarded the Cornell Tradition Senior Recognition Award and honorable mention for the Zuckerman Award for Excellence in Human Development.
Steven Estrada, Human Development graduate student, was awarded the Provost Diversity Fellowship.
Wanda Casillas, incoming Human Development Graduate Student, was awarded the University's Diversity Fellowship.
Janine Stanisz has won the prestigious Zuckerman Award for the best undergraduate honors thesis entitled "Juvenile Offenders' Risky Decision Making Behavior;" Valerie Reyna is her thesis advisor and Steven Estrada is her team leader.
Susan Rivers, PhD (Yale University), Postdoctoral Fellow, has been awarded a fellowship to attend the 2007 John Merck Fund Summer Institute on the Biology of Developmental Disabilities at Cornell University.
Regina Myers was awarded a Marjorie A Corwin Fellowship for Summer Undergraduate Research. It comes with a stipend to conduct research for an independent project (which will be her honor's thesis) in conjunction with a research advisor (Dr. Reyna).