Doctoral Student Awards Dinner
Faculty, staff and doctoral students in the Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health (BSCH) came together for a dinner awards celebration. Evelyn King-Marshall and Thalia Smith received “Good Citizenship” awards for consistently supporting department endeavors with a positive attitude. Eric Soule and Chandylen Nightingale received dissertation awards to support their upcoming research. Students were also recognized for many other achievements, some of which include teaching a course, being both a doctoral student and parent and traveling long distances to receive their education at the University of Florida. Dr. Curbow, the department chair, was also recognized for her commitment to the department and ability to foster a family-like atmosphere.