Duke Anne McDougall Memorial Award

The Anne McDougall Memorial Award provides prizes of up to $1,500 for women who pursue areas of human service by studying psychology or related fields at Duke University. The award is open to women of any age who have been accepted at Duke as undergraduate or graduate students, or women who wish to enroll in credit courses on a degree or non‑degree basis at Duke. The award honors Anne Hickmore McDougall (1879‑1964), wife of William McDougall, founder of the Psychology Department at Duke.


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