Grace Goodwin is this year’s recipient of the Graduate Award for Excellence in Psychological Science for her outstanding performance in research, academics and professional development in the Master of Science in Psychological Science program. As her letter writer said, “Grace has distinguished herself in every domain of performance. She has performed remarkably well in the research domain and has not only juggled multiple demanding projects in different labs, but has gone above and beyond the call of duty in every one.” In collaboration with professors, post-docs, and doctoral students, Grace thoughtfully examined “individual differences in emotional, cognitive, and neural processing in neurotypical adolescents and adults as well as adults with mild traumatic brain injury.” Unusual for students at her stage of career, Ms. Goodwin was given the opportunity to engage in clinical work in the area of neuropsychological assessment because her work was so exemplary. Further, she engaged fully in not just one, but two research labs and excelled in every course in her heavy course load. In all domains, she was exceptional. Her letter writer summarized by saying, “Not content to coast on any level, Grace is exceptional in her energetic and proactive approach to her professional endeavors…Grace has already made a difference in the world, and will continue to do so in the future.” Ms. Goodwin will be going to UNLV Clinical Psychology PhD Program (Neuropsychology track) this coming fall. Congratulations, Ms. Goodwin, on your exemplary academic, research, and professional development performance!