Faculty Awards and Recognition
The following is a partial listing of recent faculty awards and accomplishments.
Lawrence Ganong received the 2016 Distinguished Research/Creative Activity Award from the College of Human Environmental Sciences.
Sarah Killoren received funding from the Dr. Richard Wallace Faculty Incentive Grants Program for project titled "Mechanisms of Sibling Influence on Adolescent Girls’ Sexuality Development: A Follow-Up Study", Mizzou Alumni Association, 2015.
Antoinette Landor received the 2015 Margaret Mangel Research Catalyst Award for her project titled "Skin Tone, Family Functioning, and Stress in Ferguson and Columbia."
Antoinette Landor was honored in March 2015 by Mizzou’s Black Women’s Initiative for her work on Mizzou’s campus and in the Columbia area.
Gustavo Carlo received the 2015 Book Award from the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Moral Development and Education Special Interest Group for Prosocial Development.
Christine Proulx was asked to join the editorial board for the Journal of Family Psychology.
Gustavo Carlo was approved for Fellow Status in Division 7 of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Society in the Fall of 2014.
Lawrence Ganong was awarded the 2014 Friend of the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (IDEA) Award for his work on an online program and for inspiring faculty commitment to human-science degree programs.
Marilyn Coleman was the 2013 recipient of the Felix Berardo Scholarship Award from the National Council on Family Relations. This award is given to an NCFR member whose work has been noted for excellence in mentoring one or more junior colleagues.
Jean Ispa co-authored a chapter that won the 2014 Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award by the American Psychological Association Division 52 (International Psychology).
Christine Proulx received the 2012 Distinguished Teaching Award from the College of Human Environmental Sciences.