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Ohio Northern University student named Notre Dame University Presidential Fellow
Ohio Northern University student Andrea Kalchik, a senior psychology major from Zanesville, Ohio, has been awarded a University Presidential Fellowship from the University of Notre Dame.
Kalchik was one of 25 selected for the fellowship in a University-wide competition. Kalchik will be pursuing a doctoral degree in psychology at the University of Notre Dame in the Cognition, Brain, and Behavior Area. She will be researching memory and forgetting with Dr. G.A. Radvansky.
Open to both U.S. citizens and international students, University Presidential Fellowships at Notre Dame offer students full tuition and a stipend of $25,000 on a 12-month basis, for up to five years. In addition, Notre Dame covers the full cost of its health insurance premium for Presidential Fellows.
Kalchik, who has been on the Dean’s List continuously during her four years at ONU, has been the head research assistant in Dr. Phillip Zoladz’s stress and memory research lab for two and a half years. She is the current president of ONU’s chapter of Psi Chi, the national psychology honorary; the vice president of Psi Sigma, ONU’s psychology club; and an active member of the Newman Club.