Meadow Hazelhoff was recently named The College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Senior.
"I am a graduating senior in the undergraduate Social Work program. I am completing my practicum at Red Rock Behavioral Health Service where I work in the psychosocial rehabilitation program with severely mentally ill clients. This is a population that I hope to work with after completing the Advanced Standing MSW program which I start this summer."
The College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Senior Award recognizes four outstanding Arts and Sciences graduating seniors, one from each of the college’s four divisions: Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and the Professional Schools. Applicants are evaluated on academic achievement, excellence of character and service to the college and university.
Shaylee Hale was awarded the Mary Alice Robertson based on her independent research involving female offender treatment modalities, which grew into a manuscript she has co-authored with Dr. Natale and Dr. McLeod (under review).
The Alice Mary Robertson award was established to honor the memory of Alice Mary Robertson, Oklahoma's first female representative in the United States Congress. The purpose of the award is to stimulate an interest among graduate students in the study and interpretation of the contributions made by women to the culture and progress of Oklahoma as well as to awaken the public to a greater appreciation of these contributions. The Alice Mary Robertson Award is a one-time award to a graduate student whose creative activity and/or scholarly or archival research enhances the appreciation of these contributions. Up to three awards of $1,000 are made annually. A committee selects the recipients during the spring semester, based on an evaluation of the creative or research activity.
Posted on Tue, April 7, 2015
by Amy Arnold filed under