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Dr. Keely Muscatell, an Assistant Professor in Social Psychology, is the recipient of the Psychology Club’s Award for Excellence in Research Mentoring.

This award is selected via student nomination to recognize outstanding mentorship for undergraduate students in Psychology.

Dr. Muscatell won for her dedication in training undergraduates in rare research experiences through biomedical studies and for advising two senior honors theses in her first year at Carolina. Her mentees describe themselves as “feeling invigorated” about their research simply after meeting with Dr. Muscatell. Inciting a passion for undergraduate research is at the heart of this award and Dr. Muscatell goes above and beyond in her mentorship of undergraduate researchers. Dr. Muscatell was honored at the Psychology and Neuroscience Commencement Ceremony on May 14, 2017.

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