The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and the Department of Psychology warmly congratulate Archilline Tablada, who in July was honored with the University System of Maryland Board of Regents Staff Award in the category of Outstanding Service to Students in an Academic or Residential Environment.
Tablada serves as Assistant Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Psychology.
“Receiving this USM Board of Regents Staff Award for Outstanding Service to Students in an Academic Environment holds immense significance to me, as it affirms that my years of contributions to the university systems have made a tangible difference in our students’ lives. This honorable recognition validates my passion for student success, and it represents the culmination of my efforts and commitment to making a positive impact,” Tablada said. “It is also a powerful reminder of the positive influence I can have on individuals, which inspires me to continue striving for excellence in my work, fueling my motivation to further enhance and expand the services I can provide to our awesome students here at the University of Maryland.”
Professor Michael Dougherty, chair of the Department of Psychology, said that this recognition was well-deserved.
“This is a huge accomplishment and represents one of the highest honors bestowed upon faculty and staff across the entirety of the University System of Maryland,” Dougherty said.