Dr. Colby Smith’s Values and Legacy Continue to Encourage Our Students

The department is pleased to announce that Lindsay Furlong-O’Hara (4th year PsyD student) is the 2016 recipient of the Colby Smith Scholarship. This award was created last year to honor Dr. Colby Smith, upon his retirement, for his many years of service to AUNE as a member of the Clinical Psychology Department. The fund has been supported by numerous alumni and colleagues, and is intended to recognize a continuing Clinical Psychology student who demonstrates commitment and character. The scholarship acknowledges a student’s aspirations and any extraordinary circumstances that brought the student to AUNE. In bestowing this award, we honor both Lindsay’s and Colby’s aspirations and dreams. Congratulations, Lindsay!

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