– Edan Critchfield, a first-year doctoral student in Florida Tech’s Clinical Psychology program, has been awarded a full U.S. Army Health Care Training
Scholarship. The Army issues only nine such awards annually, nationwide. The scholarship provides full financial support for tuition, books and a monthly
Critchfield also was just commissioned a second lieutenant. Dr. Richard Elmore, associate director of clinical training and a former U.S. Army officer,
administered the oath at Critchfield’s commissioning.
Upon graduation, Critchfield will be promoted to captain in the Medical Service Corps and serve as a psychologist for three years. His pre-doctoral
internship will be in one of the Army’s three major medical centers.
Critchfield earned a master’s degree in forensic psychology from the University of Denver and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of
Florida Tech awards a Psy.D. degree in clinical psychology; master’s degree in applied behavior analysis; master’s and doctoral degrees in
industrial/organizational psychology; a bachelor’s degree in forensic psychology; and bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology.