In June, APAGS announced the following winners of the 2005 APAGS Scholarships and Awards:
Bryn Harris, The David Pilon Scholarship for Training in Professional Psychology.
Ayse Ciftci Uruks, The Ellin Bloch and Pierre Ritchie Honorary Scholarship.
Kentucky Psychological Association, The APAGS Award for Outstanding State, Provincial or Territorial Psychological Association of the Year.
Ashley Bittle, The Outstanding APAGS State Advocacy Coordinator Convention Travel Grant.
Melissa Noya, The Outstanding APAGS Campus Representative Convention Travel Grant Award.
Julie B. Kramer, The Graduate Student Ethics Paper Prize.
Lori Scott-Sheldon, The Scott Mesh Honorary Scholarship for Research in Psychology.
Steven D. Penrod, PhD, The Raymond D. Fowler Award.
Ball State University, Counseling Psychology Department and Guidance Services, The Department of the Year Award.
Bettina Casad, The Diversity Dissertation Scholarship.
Michael Morrow, The Nancy B. Forest and L. Michael Honaker Master's Scholarship for Research in Psychology.
Eugene F. Stone-Romero, The Kenneth and Mamie Clark Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Professional Development of Ethnic Minority Graduate Students.