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The Francis G. Hugo Prize in Psychology

The Francis G. Hugo Prize in Psychology, named in honor of the late Professor Emeritus Francis G. Hugo who taught psychology at Hood from 1965-1976, is awarded to the psychology major with the highest academic average in psychology courses taken at Hood. To be eligible, the student must have been a student at Hood for at least four semesters and must have taken a minimum of 30 hours of psychology at Hood.

The Exceptional Achievement Award in Psychology

The Exceptional Achievement Award in Psychology is awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the psychology department faculty, has demonstrated exceptional academic achievement and promise in the field of psychology during the current academic year.

The Outstanding Research Contribution Award in Psychology

The Outstanding Research Contribution Award in Psychology is awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the psychology department faculty, has demonstrated exceptional achievement and contribution in research during the current academic year.

The Dana Cable Community Service Award in Psychology

The Dana Cable Community Service Award in Psychology, named in honor of the late Professor Dana Cable who taught psychology at Hood from 1972-2010, is awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the psychology department faculty, has demonstrated significant community service and leadership during the current academic year.

The Frances C. Cutujian Award in Psychology

The Frances C. Cutujian Award in Psychology, established in 1949 in honor of the late Frances C. Cutujian Professor of Psychology, is awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the psychology department faculty, has demonstrated the greatest degree of personal growth (intellectually, socially, and/or emotionally) during the current academic year.

The Linda Scott Outstanding Mentorship Award in Psychology

The Linda Scott Outstanding Mentorship Award in Psychology, named in honor of Linda Scott who taught psychology at Hood from 1982-2011, is awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the psychology department faculty, has demonstrated the greatest service mentoring or tutoring his/her peers during the current academic year.