Daryl Cameron, a graduate student in Social Psychology, is the recipient of the Christopher R. Agnew Research Innovation Award.

The Agnew Research Innovation Award is awarded annually to a graduate student enrolled in the Social Psychology Doctoral Program who demonstrates the most scholarly independence and promise. This award is made possible by a generous gift from Dr. Vaida Thompson, Professor Emeritus and UNC-Chapel Hill alum.

Daryl Cameron won for his highly innovative research on compassion and morality, as exemplified in his article, “The Cost of Callousness: Regulating Compassion Influences the Moral Self-Concept” which appeared in Psychological Science in 2012.

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