Donte Bernard, a Clinical Psychology graduate student, was selected as the 2019 American Association of Blacks in Higher Education’s Dissertation of the Year.

As part of the Dissertation of the Year Award, the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) provides doctoral students conference grants for the 2019 National Conference, March 24-27, 2019, in Indianapolis, Indiana. The grants allow the recipients to attend the conference as an introduction to the Academe and provide excellent networking opportunities for new academicians.

Donte was selected for his outstanding research and contributions and his dissertation was commended for being “truly field-shifting.” Donte’s dissertation was chosen for its potential to make critical contributions to extant literature, and was listed as first among 32 stellar scholarly submissions. Congratulations, Donte!

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