Dr. Jane Sell Graduate Fellowship
Dr. Jane Sell will be retiring soon from Texas A&M University. She has spent her whole career dedicated to the students, staff, and faculty at Texas A&M University, and promoting rigorous social psychological research throughout the profession. Dr. Sell received her PhD from Washington State University in 1979, joined the faculty in 1978, and has been a vital member of the department ever since.
Dr. Sell is widely recognized across social science disciplines as a leader in the fields of experimental methods, mathematical sociology, and small group processes. In 2017, she won the Cooley-Mead Award for Distinguished Scholarship from the American Sociological Association’s Section on Social Psychology, the highest award that can be given in the sociological social psychology field.
To honor her many years of service and dedication to mentoring students, her colleagues, students, and friends established the endowed Dr. Jane Sell Fellowship.
If you would like to donate to the Fellowship fund, please go to this link: https://spiritofgiving.tamu.edu/o/texas-am-university/i/spirit-of-giving/s/jane-sell-fellowship
The first Dr. Jane Sell annual Fellowship will be awarded in 2021.