TU professor receives OU Distinguished Service Award
Monday, February 25, 2013
TU professor and alumna Judy Berry was recently honored for her work with student scholars
Judy Berry, chair of The University of Tulsa Psychology Department, was recognized with a University of Oklahoma Distinguished Service award on Feb. 22 in Norman. Berry was honored during the OU College of Arts and Sciences annual Kaleidoscope Evening ceremony.
Berry received a bachelor’s in speech/language pathology from OU and a master’s in speech/language pathology from Kansas State University before completing a doctorate in counseling psychology at TU. Since 2004, she has been a member of the OU College of Arts and Sciences Board of Visitors where she mentors students in the OU Leadership Scholars Program. For six years, Berry served as chair of the OU Kaleidoscope Committee creating a fun and festive atmosphere for honored alumni while raising funds for scholarships.
She specializes in the areas of developmental and family psychology at TU and is a member of the American Psychological Association, National Council on Family Relations and the Council for Exceptional Children.