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Cynthia Moss wins USM Regents' Faculty Award

Professor Cynthia Moss (Psychology/ISR) has won a 2010 Regents' Faculty Award for Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities.

Regents' Faculty Awards are given out through the University System of Maryland’s Office of Academic Affairs and publicly recognize distinguished performance on the part of faculty members. This award is the highest honor presented by the Board of Regents to exemplary faculty members.

A maximum of four awards for research, scholarship and creative activities are given out each year. Faculty throughout the entire University System of Maryland are eligible. This award recognizes “exceptional scholarship, research, or creative accomplishments that extend or deepen the bounds of knowledge.”

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March 4, 2010


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