ITEM 115-1008-R0502 Authorization to Confer the Title of Professor Emeritus of Psychology, on George C. Camp, College of Arts and Sciences; The University of Montana-Missoula
THAT: George C. Camp, in his twenty-third year of dedicated service to The University of Montana, has merited the commendation of the Board of Regents of the Montana University System, and has earned the title of Professor Emeritus of Psychology.
EXPLANATION: Professor George C. Camp earned his Ph.D. degree in 1971 from the University of Illinois. He joined the faculty of the Department of Psychology in 1978. As the sole School Psychologist in the Department, Professor Camp served as the primary force behind the only graduate School Psychology program in the State of Montana. Throughout these years, Professor Camp dedicated himself to his profession as a devoted mentor to his students and a State leader in the cause of School Psychology. Mentoring and instructing over 200 school psychologists currently serving school districts throughout Montana and the region, Professor Camp deservedly receives the title of Montana’s Father of School Psychology. In addition, Professor Camp offered calm reason and the embodiment of dedication in this role, as well as in his role as a faculty member and citizen of The University of Montana and the State.
The Department of Psychology proudly recommends Professor George C. Camp for Emeritus status.