PAU Trustee Recognized for Forensic Psychology Contribution

Michael Kerner, Ph.D. a member of Palo Alto University’s (PAU) Board of Trustees as well as a Pacific Graduate School of Psychology alumnus has received the 2015 Alice Handley-Isaksen Award in Forensic Psychology.

An alumnus in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Kerner and has volunteered as a consultant to the San Jose Police Department Crisis Intervention Team and taught at their academy. For the past year and a half, he volunteered in the San Jose Domestic Violence Death Review Team run by the District Attorney's office. From PAU President, Dr. Allen Calvin,

“We are very proud to have Michael as a member of Palo Alto University’s Board of Trustees for the past 11 years and for the exemplary volunteer work that he does.”

About this award:  

Alice Handley-Isaksen, Ph.D., received a lifetime achievement award from the Santa Clara County Psychological Association (SCCPA) for her contributions to the association and to the mental health and forensic communities in Santa Clara County. This award is presented annually to individual(s) for outstanding forensic service to the organization and/or to the community.

Michael Kerner Palo Alto University Trustee and Alumnus of PGSP

Above: Dr. Kerner speaking at the recent 40th Anniversary Celebration for PAU. 

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