Congratulations to Jolie Baumann, on being the chosen recipient of the 2011 Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award in Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences. Jolie is a third year graduate student, working toward a Ph.D in Social Psychology with Professor Dave DeSteno.
This is one of six university-wide graduate awards for research, teaching, and community service presented annually by the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) and the Office of the Provost.
The research award criteria include: demonstrated ability to conduct original research, evidence of scholarly contributions to the literature, and research effectiveness in a manner that substantially exceeds expectation. Jolie’s research focuses around the function of emotion.