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Florence L. Denmark Faculty Advisor Award
What is it?
An award of recognition to the faculty advisor who best achieves Psi Chi’s purpose. The recipient will receive a cash award of $1,200 and an engraved plaque.

How does it work?

Nominate advisors who have served at least three years as Psi Chi faculty advisors, who have been excellent leaders at the chapter level, and who have made contributions to the field of psychology at the state, regional, national, and/or international level.

Nominations are accepted from faculty colleagues, department chairs, officers, or any member of the Society.

Who is Florence L. Denmark?
A pioneer in the field of the psychology of women, Florence Denmark made an international impact as a speaker, writer, and teacher. She funded this award for Psi Chi faculty advisors who make outstanding contributions to the organization and the field of psychology.


 
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Past Winner

 

 

 

Daniel W. McNeil, PhD
West Virginia University
2014–15 winne
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Daniel W. McNeil, PhD, is a professor of psychology at West Virginia University (WVU), an Eberly Distinguished Professor of Public Service, and a clinical professor of Dental Practice & Rural Health. Initiated into Psi Chi in 1977 as an undergraduate (New College) at the University of Alabama, McNeil also earned his MA and PhD degrees there. Dr. McNeil has served as faculty advisor to Psi Chi at WVU since 2002. A licensed clinical psychologist, he is a clinical researcher with interdisciplinary interests in health psychology, including behavioral dentistry, studying the experience and expression of emotion, particularly anxiety and pain. An NIH-funded researcher, he is involved in training of undergraduate and graduate students as director of his Anxiety, Psychophysiology, and Pain Research Laboratory. A Fulbright Fellow in New Zealand in 2010, Professor McNeil also in interested in cross-cultural interactions. He has been recognized nationally for his role as a mentor, and for his service activities. 



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