Psychology Atrium to be Named for Charles ‘Skip’ Lowe

By: Michael Kirk

An architect's rendering of the atrium in the Bousfield Psychology Annex.Once it is completed in early 2014, the bright, sun-filled atrium in the newly renovated Weston A. Bousfield Psychology Building will be named for longtime UConn professor and department head Charles A. “Skip” Lowe, following a vote by the Board of Trustees on April 25.

Lowe has been a faculty member in the psychology department for 41 years and served as department chair for 13.

“Skip Lowe is a model for faculty everywhere,” said Francis Archambault Jr., a trustee. “He is a recognized scholar and an award-winning teacher who has also willingly, gladly, and tirelessly served on numerous university and professional committees. He is a highly intelligent and wise man whose vision and leadership has helped make the university he loves a better place for us all.

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