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The Peterson Prize is presented to an alumna/alumnus who has made outstanding contributions to professional psychology. Such contributions may include innovations in service delivery, education or training, service to under-served populations, and other creative professional efforts that enhance the general welfare. 

Dorothy Cantor

1998

Dorothy Cantor

Dorothy Cantor is the 1997 recipient of the Peterson Prize for Outstanding Alumnus. Among the many awards she has received are the APA Award for Distinguished Contributions to Applied Psychology; the Ann Klein Advocate Award of the NJ Community Health Law Project; Psychologist of the Year, APA... read more

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1998

Carol Y. Tuitt
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1996

Martin I. Krupnick
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1995

Peter C. Campanelli
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1993

Sandra V. Lewis
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1992

Thomas E. Schacht
Michael D. Powers

1991

Michael D. Powers
Michael D. Powers is the Director of The Center for Children with Special Needs and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology at the Yale Child Study Center, Yale University School of Medicine. He specializes in the diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of individuals with autism and related... read more
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1990

Robert J. Illback