The 2019 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Behavior Student Award

Melinda Layman

The Craig D. Lebo Outstanding Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Behavior Student Award was presented to Melinda Layman, M.A Human Behavior

Melinda Layman | Outstanding Human Behavior Student Awardee

Program

  • Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Behavior (M.A.)

Department

  • Psychology & Counseling
  • Sociology & Social Work

The Graduate School at Hood College presented the 2019 Craig D. Lebo Outstanding Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Behavior Student Award to Melinda Layman, current graduate student in Hood College's Human Behavior program. This award is funded by Craig D. Lebo.

Melinda is currently employed as the Team Lead at Land Gorilla, a technology and customer service company for mortgage lending. Melinda was inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and is confident that her human behavior degree will give her an edge in leadership roles as her career continues to progress.

Congratulations Melinda - We wish her all the best in her future endeavors!

Inspired by Melinda's story to #GOFURTHER in your studies and career? Learn more about Hood College's Human Behavior graduate program by clicking here.