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Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology

Thank you for your interest in the University of Maryland Counseling Center's APA-accredited internship in Health Service Psychology. As an agency, we see our doctoral internship as central to the vitality and quality of our organization, and we are pleased to have you consider our program. You will find a description of the program and other important information on these pages.

Our internship is designed to provide training in functional skill areas relevant to a university counseling center setting including individual and group counseling/psychotherapy, outreach and consultation, supervision, assessment, and research. In accordance with APA accreditation and specialty guidelines, we have designed an array of training opportunities in each of these functional areas. At the heart of our training program is an intensive, varied, comprehensive supervision model which allows each intern contact with a wide range of licensed psychologist supervisors who vary in training, demographics, style, and orientation.

We welcome your interest in our internship program and hope that these materials are useful to you. Please note that we follow all notification guidelines established by APPIC (Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers). All of the required application materials are included in APPI Online. No additional materials are required. If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to call or e-mail me.


Maria Luz Berbery, Ph.D
Training Director
(301) 405-6060

María Luz Berbery, Ph.D.

The University of Maryland, College Park, actively subscribes to a policy of equal employment opportunity, and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, age, gender, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, national origin, or political affiliation.

COVID-19 Updates

The University of Maryland Counseling Center continues to monitor the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic and is prioritizing the health and safety of both the students we serve and our staff and trainees. In the Fall 2023 semester, we are working from our offices in the Shoemaker Building and are providing mainly in-person services, with a smaller portion of online services (including some teletherapy and virtual workshops). While we do not know what intern training will look like for the 2024-25 internship, we will continue to follow the directives of the University, the State of Maryland, and health officials. We will keep our incoming internship class updated as needed.

The University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) is a comprehensive, land grant institution, which ranks high among research institutions across the country in size, scope, and quality of graduate and undergraduate education. According to the university website ( in the Fall of 2022, the university had over 30,000 undergraduate students and over 10,000 graduate students for a total of over 40,000 students. The university offers over 104 Bachelor's programs, 115 Masters' programs and 84 Doctoral programs. UMD offers rich diversity in its student body, faculty and staff, and educational opportunities.

The campus is nestled within the Baltimore-Washington corridor--a 40 mile stretch of land considered by many to be one of the richest concentrations of resources and intellectual talent in the world today. The campus location allows for easy access to the many attractions of the area: scholarly (e.g., Library of Congress, National Archives, National Institute of Mental Health, Maryland Science Center in Baltimore); historic (e.g., Holocaust Museum, White House, U. S. Capitol, Mount Vernon, Annapolis); cultural (e.g., Kennedy Center, Gala Hispanic Theater, Smithsonian Museums such as the National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Museum of the American Indian); and recreational (e.g., the National Mall, professional and collegiate athletics, the National Arboretum, Baltimore's Inner Harbor). In addition, the campus is an easy commute to the Atlantic Ocean, the Shenandoah Mountains, Chesapeake Bay, and the cultural hubs of New York City, Philadelphia, and Richmond.

The Counseling Center

The Counseling Center is the largest multi-purpose mental health facility in the University community. As such, we work with a highly diverse clientele (students, faculty, staff, administrators, and community residents) on a wide range of problems (academic, career, mental health, organizational) in varied capacities (remedial, consultative, preventive, and training). The Counseling Center is directly responsible to the Vice President for Student Affairs along with such offices as the Student Health Center, Department of Resident Life, the Student Union, and Career Center and is highly committed to active involvement in the Division of Student Affairs. In addition, we maintain close ties to the academic departments of Counseling Psychology and Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education.

The Counseling Center is housed in the Shoemaker Building.

The Counseling Center is large and multifaceted. It is composed of three divisions, each managed by an Assistant Director, with a total combined permanent professional staff of 58 Permanent Professional Staff. The three Center divisions are:

Specialists within each division provide both breadth and depth in service delivery and training. In addition, many of the staff hold academic rank and teach in the graduate departments of Counseling Psychology or Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education.

The Counseling Service

The Counseling Service, home of the Internship Program, is the largest division of the Counseling Center consisting of 25 professional staff and 4 doctoral interns. The Counseling Service staff reflects a diversity of training (15 counseling psychologists, 1 clinical psychologist, 5 social workers and 4 licensed professional counselors) as well as theoretical orientation (e.g., psychodynamic, humanistic-experiential, cognitive-behavioral, relational-cultural, etc.). Members of the permanent staff are licensed or pursuing licensure in the state of Maryland (as well as neighboring states). The permanent staff is supplemented by approximately 6 clinical consultants from the Washington, D.C. area who are invited on a rotating basis to provide case consultation in case references. In addition to the doctoral interns, approximately 30 practicum students and 2-3 externs receive training in the Counseling Service each year.

The Counseling Service also houses a number of committees, each headed by a staff member who reports to and works with the Associate Director. The committees are:

  • Consultation & Outreach
  • Direct Service
  • Research
  • Staff Development
  • Training

Program Disclosures

As articulated in Standard I.B.2, programs may have “admission and employment policies that directly relate to affiliation or purpose” that may be faith-based or secular in nature. However, such policies and practices must be disclosed to the public. Therefore, programs are asked to respond to the following question.

Does the program or institution require students, trainees, and/or staff (faculty) to comply with specific policies or practices related to the institution’s affiliation or purpose? Such policies or practices may include, but are not limited to, admissions, hiring, retention policies, and/or requirements for completion that express mission and values.

____ Yes

_X__ No

If yes, provide website link (or content from brochure) where this specific information is presented:


Internship Program Admissions


Briefly describe in narrative form important information to assist potential applicants in assessing their likely fit with your program. This description must be consistent with the program’s policies on intern selection and practicum and academic preparation requirements:
Our internship program provides training for individuals who are interested in pursuing employment and careers in a college or university setting either as a staff psychologist or a faculty member. While applicants with these interests are the most likely to be successful in our program, we do consider individuals who have other career goals. We train generalist clinicians who are prepared to work with a general college population. To a lesser degree, opportunities to begin or continue developing areas of expertise are provided. Successful applicants are looking for this sort of training, rather than those seeking preparation in a particular clinical specialty. Applicants are enrolled in a doctoral program in counseling psychology or clinical psychology. Applicants from APA-Accredited Programs are strongly preferred. Applicants are in good standing with their academic programs and have obtained formal approval of doctoral dissertation proposal prior to the starting date of the internship, as reported by the applicant and confirmed by the training program's Director of Clinical Training in the APPI-Online. Applicants have completed all required doctoral practica and comprehensive examinations.
Does the program require that applicants have received a minimum number of hours of the following at time of application? If Yes, indicate how many:
Total Direct Contact Intervention Hours:   N           Y                     Amount: 500

Total Direct Contact Assessment Hours:   N            Y                   Amount: N/A

Describe any other required minimum criteria used to screen applicants:
We also require applicants to have completed at least 50 intervention hours in a college or university counseling center.

Financial and Other Benefit Support for Upcoming Training Year


Annual Stipend/Salary for Full-Time Interns $43,509
Annual Stipend/Salary for Half-Time Interns N/A
Does the program provides access to medical insurance for interns? Yes
If access to medical insurance is provided:
Trainee contribution to cost required? Yes
Coverage of family member(s) available? Yes
Coverage of domestic partner available? Yes
Hours of Annual Paid Personal Time Off (PTO and/or Vacation) 22 vacation days* 3 personal leave days All University holidays
*Interns accrue 22 days of annual leave and 3 personal leave days in the course of the internship year. In order to ensure that interns complete the required 2,000 hours of experience, including 500 hours of direct service, a proportion of these days will be taken at specified times of the internship year, and extended periods of vacation (more than a few days off) are discouraged. Interns are not paid for leave that remains at the end of the internship year.
Hours of Annual Paid Sick Leave 15
In the event of medical conditions and/or family needs that require extended leave, does the program allow reasonable unpaid leave to interns/residents in excess of personal time off and sick leave? Yes*
*Requests for Family Medical Leave or leave due to a serious illness are reviewed on an individual basis in collaboration with University Human Resources. Under the FMLA, medical requires certification from a Health Care Provider.

Other Benefits

Interns are provided limited professional leave to attend conferences and may use annual leave for job interviews and meetings with faculty at their home institutions.

Interns have access to a parking space and are responsible for parking fees.

Initial Post-Internship Positions

(Provide an Aggregated Tally for the Preceding 3 Cohorts)


Total # of interns who were in the 3 cohorts 12
Total # of interns who did not seek employment because they returned to their doctoral program/are completing doctoral degree 0
2020-2023 PD EP
Academic teaching 1 4
Community mental health center 0 0
Consortium 0 0
University Counseling Center 1 1
Hospital/Medical Center 0 0
Veterans Affairs Health Care System 0 0
Psychiatric facility 0 0
Correctional facility 0 0
Health maintenance organization 0 0
School district/system 0 0
Independent practice setting 1 4
Other 0 0

Note:  “PD” = Post-doctoral residency position; “EP” = Employed Position. Each individual represented in this table should be counted only one time. For former trainees working in more than one setting, select the setting that represents their primary position.

Direct Service Activities Hours
Individual Counseling/Psychotherapy 9-10
Brief Assessments 2
Urgent Visits 2
Group Counseling/Psychotherapy 1.5
Clinical Workshop 1
Consultation/Outreach (varies each week) 0-1
Practicum Supervision 1
Rotation 2-3

Training and Supervision Activities Hours
Individual Clinical Supervision 2
Consultation Supervision 0-.5
Group Supervision .5
Supervision of Practicum Supervision 1.5
Case Conference and Seminars Hours
Intern Case Conference 1
Senior Staff Case Conference 1
Intern Seminar/MC Lab 1.5
Staff Development (Continuing Ed Sessions)(*not included in total due to irregularity) (3 hrs approx. 4 times/year)

Professional Activities/Administration Hours
Counseling Service Staff Meetings 0-2 (every other week)
Committee Meetings 0-1
Meeting with the Training Director 1
General Center Staff Meeting (*not included in total due to irregularity) (2-3x per year)
Research and Development (*not included in total due to irregularity) (2-3x a semester)

Research Hours
Dissertation Research and Small "r" Research 4
Case Management Hours Remaining
Documentation, Supervision Prep, Lunch 3-8

The University of Maryland Counseling Center participates in the Internship Matching Program of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).

Application for Psychology Internship (APPI Online) can be obtained from the APPIC website or the APPIC Internship Matching Program website. A directory of participation internship sites and a general overview of the APPI Online and instructions can also be accessed via these websites.

Application Deadline

November 1, 2023

The University of Maryland Counseling Center adheres to all notification guidelines established by the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers.

Application Materials

The on-line version of the APPIC Application for Psychology Internship (APPI). It should include the following:

  • Letter of interest.
  • Current resume/vita.
  • Three letters of recommendation from the following:
    • Major academic advisor and/or dissertation supervisor;
    • Two practicum supervisors familiar with the candidate's applied performance.
  • APPIC Academic Program's Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness Form.
  • Official transcript of graduate credits.

Selection Process

Selection of interns is made by the Training Committee comprised of the Director of Training, several Counseling Service staff members, and commonly one intern. After the application deadline date, committee members review and independently rate applicants on the selection criteria. Applicants who remain under consideration following this process are selected and contacted around mid-December for a telephone interview. Telephone interviews are conducted in December and early January. Following the interviews, top-rated applicants are selected and ranked based on their initial ratings and telephone interview. Applicants who are no longer under consideration will be notified by e-mail at least 10 days prior to the Phase I Rank Order List submission date.

This internship agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant. Refer to Match Policies on the APPIC website,

Notification Process

The University of Maryland Counseling Center's notification procedure follows the match program guidelines established by the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). The APPIC Match will be conducted in two phases, with each phase involving the submission of Rank Order Lists by programs and applicants to determine the placement of applicants into positions. Phase I will involve all participating applicants and training sites. Phase II will begin immediately at the conclusion of Phase I with the goal of placing applicants who did not match in Phase I.

Official Match Dates as well as more specific and additional information concerning the Match can be found on the APPIC website or APPIC MATCH-NEWS.

Training Director Contact Information

If you have any questions about the internship program or the application requirements or process, please feel free to contact me at:

Maria Luz Berbery, PhD
Training Director
Counseling Center
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-8111
(301) 405-6060

All of our Counseling Service staff psychologists are closely involved in the doctoral internship training provided at our center. We ensure that our primary and secondary supervisors have been licensed for at least 2 years to provide the best training experience for interns, and to ensure they can later be licensed in any state where they seek licensure. To be eligible to be a primary supervisor for interns, a supervisor must be licensed for 3 years. To be eligible to be a secondary supervisor for interns, a supervisor must be licensed for 2 years. Unlicensed staff, or those that have been licensed for less than 2 years, may provide supervision for group therapy, outreach and consultation, rotation.

Alex Agiliga
Ph.D. (2021) Counseling Psychology, University at Albany, SUNY
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, identity development, intersectionality, interpersonal concerns, family of origin concerns, career, and vocational development, training and supervision, group therapy, couples therapy. Languages, music, audiobooks, museums, card- and board games, volleyball, travel.

Allison Asarch
Psy.D. (2015) Clinical Psychology, Roosevelt University
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Developmental and identity-related concerns, family-of-origin concerns, eating and body image concerns, perfectionism, group therapy, social justice and empowerment, outreach programming, training and supervision. Socializing and laughter, games of all kinds, yoga, tennis, traveling.

Maria Luz Berbery
Ph.D. (2013) Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland
Training Director, Staff Psychologist
Interests: Multicultural counseling and identity-related concerns (race, ethnicity, gender, LGBT issues, etc), Latinx students' mental health, family and relational concerns, trauma and growth.

Shealyn J. Blanchard
Ph.D. (2018), Counseling Psychology, Western Michigan University
Staff Psychologist and Externship Coordinator
Interests: Social Justice/multiculturalism, anxiety, adjustment concerns, grief/loss, graduate student concerns, relationship difficulties, identity development, students of color, outreach/consultation. Family/friends, poetry, music, sports, museums, and exploring new foods.

Michelle Farrell
Ph.D. (2018), Counseling Psychology, The University of Missouri - Kansas City
Staff Psychologist
Interests: LGBTQIA+ concerns (e.g., identity development, resiliency, positive factors, and intersectionality), diversity and inclusion on college campuses, and empowerment of marginalized populations. Gardening, hiking, and challenging the status quo of power dynamics.

Jihee Hong
Ph.D. (2022) Counseling Psychology, Georgia State University
Staff Counselor
Interests: Interpersonal concerns, intersectional identity development, trauma, grief, suicide prevention, multicultural issues, working with international students and students of color, training, and supervision. Travel, Animals, Plants, Languages.

Yi-Jiun Lin
Ph.D. (2008) Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri, Columbia
Interim Assistant Director
Interests: Multicultural issues; international student outreach; gender issues; eating disorders; grief issues; Chinese calligraphy; cooking; yoga; music; traveling; art appreciation.

Grace-Ellen Mahoney
Ph.D. (2022) Counseling Psychology, University of Georgia
Staff Psychologist, Assessment Supervisor
Interests: Family of origin, substance use, identity development, grief and loss, ADHD, perfectionism, group psychotherapy, and culturally responsive mental health services. Reading, hiking, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and animal rescue.

Erica Merson
Ph.D.(2012) Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland
Staff Psychologist
Interests: multicultural counseling, psychology of women and girls, body-image eating disorders, child and adolescent therapy, fitness, triathlon, and cross-fit training.

Urvi Paralkar
Ph.D. (2022) Counseling Psychology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Critical consciousness development, identity development, career/vocational concerns, international students' experiences, South Asian students' mental health, students of color well-being, self- compassion. Painting/lettering/doodling, reading (autobiographies), visiting museums and botanical gardens, adventure sports.

David A. Petersen
Ph.D. (1998) Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Supervision and training, group psychotherapy, multicultural counseling, international students, psychotherapy process research, and career counseling.

Pepper E. Phillips
Ph.D. (1990) Counseling Psychology, Indiana State University
Staff Psychologist, Assistant Professor of Education
Interests: Gay and lesbian issues, group therapy, women's issues, survivors of incest, and supervision.

Theodore Pickett, Jr.
Ph.D. (2006) Counseling Psychology, University of Iowa
Associate Director
Interests: Training and supervision, cross-cultural and multicultural issues, survivors of incest, grief counseling, and ethics.

CJ Polihronakis
Ph.D. (2019) Counseling Psychology, Columbia University - Teachers College
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Anti-racism, multiculturalism, and social justice; intersectional identity development; bisexuality and non-monosexuality; LGBTQIA+ students; first-generation college students; men and masculinities; sex and sexual health; interpersonal concerns; family of origin concerns; group therapy; and supervision/training. Trivia and board games, cooking/baking, reading, exploring new restaurants/foods, horror movies, witty jokes and sarcasm, and going on adventures with my dog.

Merrill Reiter
Ph.D. (2021) Counseling Psychology, Oklahoma State University
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Multicultural and Social justice-related concerns, a family of origin, LGBTQIA+, Suicide intervention, decreasing stigma. Arts and crafts, watching t.v., trying new restaurants, and exploring new places.

Chandni Shah
Ph.D. (2016) Counseling Psychology, Purdue University
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Interpersonal violence, trauma recovery, Asian/South Asian American community concerns, communities of color experiences, intersectional identities, training, outreach, holistic healing, dance, eating and exploring food, laughing.


Any questions regarding the licensure of the Counseling Service staff can be directed to:

Board of Examiners of Psychologists
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
201 West Preston Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Website: The Board of Examiners of Psychologists
Office Phone: (410) 767-6500 or 1-877-463-3464

Training Staff Summary Data

2023-2024 Academic Year Training Staff
Total number in program 16
# (%) who are female 12 (75%)
# (%) who are male 3 (19%)
# (%) who are nonbinary 1 (6%)
# (%) who are ethnic minority 8 (50%)
# (%) who are from APA-accredited doctoral programs 16 (100%)
# (%) who have authored or co-authored books, book chapters or articles in refereed journals 7 (44%)
# (%) who have authored or co-authored presentations for professional meetings 11 (69%)
# (%) focus in clinical psychology 1 (6%)
# (%) focus in counseling psychology 15 (94%)
# (%) staff licensed in state 15 (94%)
YearInternInstitution Granting Degree
2022-2023Aashna AggarwalPurdue University - W. Lafayette
 Chloe GoldbachSouthern Illinois University
 Iman Abdulkadir SaidGeorgia State University
 Devon WashingtonUniversity of Missouri-Columbia
2021-2022Rachel ChickerellaUniversity of Massachusetts, Boston
 Urvi Pardeep ParalkarSouthern Illinois University
 Mehrit (Mimi) TekesteGeorge Washington University
 Stephanie YeeUniversity of Maryland, College Park
2020-2021Marvyn Arévalo AvalosArizona State University
 Victoria McNeil-YoungUniversity of Florida
 Collin VernayUniversity of Maryland
 Nelson ZounlomeIndiana University-Bloomington
2019-2020Jessica DavidIndiana University, Bloomington
 Jennifer KingUniversity of Maryland, College Park
 Kathryn KlineUniversity of Maryland, College Park
 Brian TaeHyuk KeumUniversity of Maryland, College Park
2018-2019Caleb ChadwickGeorgia State University
 Xu LiUniversity of Maryland, College Park
 CJ PolihronakisTeachers College, Columbia University
 Jamie WelchUniversity of Maryland, College Park
2017-2018Joanna DrinaneUniversity of Denver
 Vanessa FreemanFlorida State University
 Tangela RobertsUniversity of Massachusetts Boston
 Kate WindermanUniversity of Houston
2016-2017Marisa FrancoUniversity of Maryland, College Park
 Michael GaleState University of New York, Albany
 Heidi HutmanState University of New York, Albany
 Erin ReeseCatholic University of America
2015-2016Na-Yeun ChoiUniversity of Maryland, College Park
 Engin EgeUniversity of Florida, Gainesville
 Gigi GiordanoUniversity of North Dakota
 Ayse IkizlerUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville
2014-2015Alayna BerkowitzLehigh University
 Joseph HammerIowa State University
 Ae Kyung JungUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
 D. Martin Kivlighan IIIUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
2013-14Howard LloydUniversity of Kentucky
 Shannon McClainUniversity of Texas, Austin
 Marisa MooreOklahoma State University
 Lu TianUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
2012-13Sharon LeeUniversity of Iowa
 Jioni LewisUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 Mrinalini RaoUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 Trisha Raque-BogdanUniversity of Maryland
2011-12Hung ChiaoUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
 Carlton GreenBoston College
 Erica MersonUniversity of Maryland
 Heweon SeoUniversity of Minnesota
2010-11Rashanta BledmanUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
 Elizabeth CotterUniversity of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
 Heather Ganginis DelPinoUniversity of Maryland
 Yuhong HeUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
2009-10Sha'Kema BlackmonLoyola University, Chicago
 Bryana FrenchUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 Jade LoganUniversity of Massachusetts, Amherst
 Sidney SmithTeachers College, Columbia University
2008-09Jessica ForsythTeachers College, Columbia University
 Chetan JoshiUniversity of Missouri, Kansas City
 Mai KindaichiTeachers College, Columbia University
 Sarah MebaneUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
2007-08Kelly HuffmanUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
 Sara Cho KimUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
 Yueher "Emilie" MaUniversity of Maryland
 Nazish SalahuddinUniversity of Maryland
2006-07Renee AlleyneVirginia Commonwealth University
 Noah CollinsTeachers College, Columbia University
 Emily RussellUniversity of Missouri, Kansas City
 Hung-Bin SheuUniversity of Maryland
2005-06Veronica LealThe Ohio State University
 Shu-Ping LinThe Ohio State University
 Natalie WhitlowUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
 Wendi WilliamsGeorgia State University
2004-05Grace ChenUniversity of Texas, Austin
 Carla HunterTeachers College, Columbia University
 Matthew MillerLoyola University Chicago
 Alex PieterseTeachers College, Columbia University
2003-04Armando Hernandez-MoralesUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
 Christa SchmidtUniversity of Missouri, Kansas City
 Yu-Wei WangUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
 Anika WarrenBoston College
2002-03Krista GraggUniversity of Oregon
 Daniela LigieroUniversity or Maryland
 Huan-Chung Scott LiuUniversity of North Texas
 Linh NgheBoston College
2001-02Madelyn N. ColemanUniversity of Missouri-Columbia
 Kenya Thompson-LeonardelliThe Ohio State University
 Jacob LevyIndiana University
 Nathan SmithVirginia Commonwealth University
2000-01Patrick FeehanUniversity of Missouri-Columbia
 Cicely Horsham-BrathwaiteTemple University
 Meera RastogiThe Ohio State University
 Christina Van PuymbroeckArizona State University
1999-00Scott GreenVirginia Commonwealth University
 Miriam PhieldsUniversity of Maryland
 Michael SchaubUniversity of Akron
 Merideth TomlinsonUniversity of Maryland
1998-99LaVerne A. BerkelPenn State University
 Mark MajorsUniversity of Nebraska
 Lisa FloresUniversity of Missouri
 Johanna NilssonWestern Michigan University
1997-98Jihad AzizPenn State University
 Tania IsraelArizona State University
 Kristin Perrone SheaVirginia Commonwealth University
 David WhitcombSUNY Albany
1996-97Angela ByarsArizona State University
 Traci EdwardsonUniversity of Kansas
 Michael MobleyPenn State University
 Elizabeth Nutt WilliamsUniversity of Maryland
1995-96Y. Barry ChungUniversity of Illinois
 Maria GomezUniversity of Maryland
 Angela HargrowThe Ohio State University
 Kwong-Liem Karl KwanUniversity of Nebraska
1994-95Eric BenjaminUniversity of Texas
 John DagesIndiana University
 Frederica HendricksUniversity of Missouri
 Beth Sperber RichieUniversity of Maryland
1993-94Julie AncisUniversity of Albany
 Debbie GerrityUniversity of Maryland
 Lisa MoonUniversity of Southern Mississippi
 Elizabeth Toepfer-HendeyColumbia University
1992-93Caren CooperUniversity of North Texas
 Jill Scarpellini HuberUniversity of Maryland
 Edward Wai-Ming LaiUniversity of Nebraska
 J. Kip MatthewsUniversity of Tennessee
1991-92Karen O'BrienLoyola University of Chicago
 Rachel OlsenBall State University
 John ParkhurstUniversity of Mississippi
 Robert RandoBall State University
1990-91Sandra BennettUniversity of Oklahoma
 James CampbellOklahoma State University
 Anita KellyUniversity of Florida
 Anne ReganUniversity of Maryland
1989-90Andrew CarsonUniversity of Texas
 Jonathan KandellUniversity of Maryland
 Fu-Lin LeeUniversity of Illinois
 Marie SergentUniversity of Maryland
1988-89Rhonda JeterUniversity of Pennsylvania
 Sharon KirklandState University of New York at Buffalo
 Ruth SeidmanUniversity of Rochester
 Wendy SettleUniversity of Maryland
1987-88Steven BrodayUniversity of Wisconsin
 Martin GeidaPenn State University
 Leonard HickmanUniversity of Maryland
 Elizabeth KincadePenn State University
1986-87Robert CarterUniversity of Maryland
 Debra HerreidUniversity of Minnesota
 Steven MorrisUniversity of Illinois
 Diane ProsserThe Ohio State University
1985-86Randall AndersonFlorida Institute of Technology
 Consuelo ArbonaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
 Andrew HoggColorado State University
 Deborah WilsonUniversity of Maryland
1984-85Sanford FishbeinUniversity of Maryland
 Robin RuddUniversity of Maryland
 Robert ShapiroUniversity of Rochester
1983-84Bonita JohnsonUniversity of Maryland
 Diane KnightUniversity of Maryland
 Sand BagoonUniversity of Maryland
 Kenneth Tucker (Deceased)University of Utah
1982-83Alyce MartinezUniversity of Maryland
 Aldrich PattersonUniversity of Maryland
 Scott RodgersUniversity of Maryland
 Paul WaltersUniversity of Southern Mississippi
1981-82Anna Beth PayneUniversity of Maryland
 Jeff PrinceUniversity of Minnesota
 Georgia RoyaltyUniversity of Maryland
 Mary O'Leary WileyUniversity of Maryland
1980-81Rossell D. MiarsIowa State University
 Lydia MinatoyaUniversity of Maryland
 Ann PeabodyUniversity of Maryland
 Ralph D. RaphaelUniversity of Maryland
 Terrence TracyUniversity of Maryland
1979-80Catherine BernardUniversity of Maryland
 Sue CorbettIndiana State University
 Joyce Illfelder-KayeThe Ohio State University
 Richard A. KassSouthern Illinois University
 Linda LocherThe Ohio State University
1978-79Diane AdelsteinUniversity of Maryland
 Patrick M. FlanaganCatholic University
 James HawsUniversity of Maryland
 Terri B. ThamesUniversity of Maryland
 Dennis WebsterUniversity of Maryland
1977-78Janet Lynn CornfeldUniversity of Maryland
 Chris CourtoisUniversity of Maryland
 Deborah Hazel JohnsonUniversity of Maryland
 Jaque MossIowa State University
 Judith PelhamUniversity of Maryland
 Elayne RiddleUniversity of Kentucky
1976-77Catherine AbernathyCatholic University
 William BruckUniversity of Florida
 Barbara Hunt CicconeUniversity of Maryland
 Michael McDermottUniversity of Notre Dame
 Sharon ShuemanUniversity of Maryland
 Catherine SitzmanCatholic University
1975-76Jaime BeersUniversity of Maryland
 Laura A. CohenUniversity of Maryland
 Eli KarimiUniversity of Maryland
 Craig WassermanAmerican University
 Deborah Watts (Deceased)University of Maryland
 Barbara WoodUniversity of Maryland
1974-75Vivian BoydUniversity of Maryland
 Mary Catherine DettlingUniversity of Utah
 Alan HedmanUniversity of Maryland
 Martha KazloUniversity of Maryland
 Howard SilvermanUniversity of Maryland
 Bruce WineUniversity of Notre Dame
1973-74Susan BennettUniversity of Maryland
 Margaret BonzUniversity of Maryland
 Patricia FreibergUniversity of Maryland
 Margaret A. KingdonUniversity of Maryland
 Roberta NuttUniversity of Maryland
 Patrick W. UtzUniversity of Maryland
1972-73Linda BrooksUniversity of Texas
 Anne M. CollinsUniversity of Maryland
 Marilyn KeilsonUniversity of Maryland
 Ronald KimballUniversity of Maryland
 Damon L. SilversUniversity of Maryland
 John Hamilton WestUniversity of Maryland
1971-72Alan BirnbaumSouthern Illinois University
 Anne HerdonUniversity of Maryland
 Dorothy JonesUniversity of Maryland
 Faith TanneyThe Ohio State University
1970-71David CelioUniversity of Maryland
 Donald J. DelBeatoUniversity of Maryland
 Larry SchneiderSouthern Illinois University
 Norman A. ScottUniversity of Maryland
 Lawrence TaylorUniversity of Maryland
1969-70Lawrence GainesUniversity of Maryland
 Lacy JeffriesUniversity of Maryland
 Judith-Annette MilburnUniversity of Maryland
 Bruce Jordan WeissUniversity of Maryland
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