Hannah Peach Graduation
Hannah duBreuil Peach, daughter of Bob and Barbara Peach of Salisbury, graduated summa cum laude with Departmental Honors, from Clemson University on Friday, May 13, 2011, with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Health Science minor.
Hannah gave a poster presentation of a collaborative research project at the 2010 American Psycho-somatic Society Conference in Portland, Ore., and then presented her own honors thesis project at several research conferences the following year, including the 2011 American Psychosomatic Society Conference in San Antonio, Tex., and the 2011 ACC Meeting of the Minds Undergraduate Research Conference in Miami, Fla. Her honors thesis, “An Investigation of the Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Blood Pressure and Memory,” was successfully defended and accepted on Dec. 3, 2010, by her thesis committee, including thesis advisor and mentor, Dr. James McCubbin.
Hannah was awarded the 2010 Bernard Caffrey Award for excellence in Psychology, the 2011 Ernest Jewel Hardesty Moore Award for the Outstanding Senior in Psychology and the 2011 Psi Chi Research Award at Clemson. She is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, Chi Omega sorority, and the ILEAD leadership program.
Hannah has been accepted into the Health Psychology Ph.D. program at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where she will be a Graduate Assistant while pursuing her Ph.D. She is a 2007 graduate of Salisbury High School.