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Citadel Psychology Department Hall of Fame
The Citadel Psychology Department has established the Hall of Fame to recognize institution- affiliated individuals who have distinguished themselves in their chosen fields, disciplines, positions, or occupations with particular focus on advancing psychology and mental health.
Institutional affiliation may be demonstrated through service to the institution and the community served by the institution, or by enhancement of the mission of the institution, or through interactions with students via teaching, mentorship, etc. Examples of distinguished performance might include leadership positions, development of innovative programs or procedures, cutting edge research, influential writing, positive impact on social or service programs, or any other activities of an outstanding nature with broad and reaching impact.
The Awards Committee will consist of three members of the department, each serving for two years with one member replaced every two years. One of the three members of the committee may, at the discretion of the Dept. Head, be an emeritus member of the faculty. Each year up to three recipients will be selected from the field of nominations submitted for review by the Awards Committee. Nominations may be submitted by members of the faculty or institution, students, or community at large through the nomination form, attached.
Individuals nominated should have a substantial affiliation with The Citadel, display the highest level of ethics and integrity, and meet one or more of the following criteria:
- A recognized leader in academics and/or the community and/or economics and/or political, religious, or social spheres.
- Significant career accomplishments or achievements as recognized by peers.
- A significant impact on students through mentorship and/or supervision and/or service or research involvement.
- Significant expansion of social and cultural horizons through research, writing, lecturing, service activities, demonstration projects, or intervention programs.