Ms. April Scott, a doctoral student in Counseling Psychology, has been awarded the Graduate Student Achievement Award for 2015 from Women’s Studies. Another student from this program, Emily Kerzin, was the 2014 winner.
“We are extremely proud of April, and of having one of our students win this award for the second year in a row,” said Associate Professor Dr. Annette Kluck, who serves as Scott’s advisor. “April has been involved in a range of campus events designed to honor differences and diversity, active in the classroom environment, worked with veterans in a challenging clinical setting, and participated in research. We are very happy that April was recognized for her many contributions to Auburn and to the field of Counselor Psychology.”