Joanna Pozzulo is a professor within the Department of Psychology at Carleton University. The number of awards she has received over the years is a testament to the dedication she has for her teaching, her talent for conducting extensive research, and her gift of connecting with her students.
The accolades began in 2001 with the President’s New Researcher Award, a prestigious honour from the Canadian Psychological Association recognizing Joanna’s work on child eyewitness memory.
As a result of her distinct commitment to education, Joanna was given a Capital Educators’ Award from the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation in 2003.
In 2008, Joanna received a Carleton University Teaching Achievement Award and later, in 2009, she received the Significant Contribution Award from the Criminal Justice Section of the Canadian Psychological Association for her work in the textbook, Forensic Psychology.