James Madison University

Junior Award for Achievement in Teaching

This award is given to juniors who have demonstrated significant achievement serving as an undergraduate teaching assistant.

2017 Award Recipient


Taylor Stanley

PHOTO:Taylor Stanley
  • Works with Dr. Jessica Irons examining cue-induced nicotine withdrawal in humans, the effects of alcohol priming on substance preferences, and the effects of rhetoric exposure on health choices. Has also conducted research on interpersonal reconstructive therapy with Dr. Ken Critchfield.
  • Has served as a teaching assistant for Dr. JoAnne Brewster in her abnormal psychology course.  In this role, Taylor proctors exams, provides test consultations and individual tutoring, hosts review sessions, and attends weekly meetings.  She is also a teaching assistant for Dr. Jessica Irons in Psychological Research Methods.
  • Serves as a Psychology Peer Advisor, and she will be assisting with transfer student advising in Summer 2017.
  • Has been on the JMU Dean's List.

 

2016 Award Recipient


No award for 2016.