Carol and Stephen Cohen of Holland, Pa.; and Harvey Teller of Philadelphia announce the graduation of their son, Dr. Louis Todd Teller, with a Ph.D. in academic/health psychology from Walden University in Minneapolis.
Dr. Teller's dissertation, titled "The Effects of Jewish Religious Identity and Age on Levels of Perceived Academic Stress," was selected to be presented at a Summer Research Symposium in Minneapolis.
The occasion was celebrated with a party at Randi's Restaurant attended by family and friends.
Joining in congratulating Dr. Teller are grandmothers Zelda Kivitz and Dorothy Cohen; sister and brother-in-law Dianna and Eric Snyder, and their children, Kyle, Devon and Reid; and aunts and uncles Franne and Richard, Adele and Joseph, Ina and Barry, Arlene and Richard, Helen and Marc, along with their families.
Dr. Teller is the grandson of the late Harry Kivitz, Ruth and Andrew Caplan, Norman Teller, and Nelson Cohen.
Dr. Teller is employed by psychologist Dr. Linda Erlich.