Congratulations to Dr. Stephanie Payne who was nominated and selected for an Accountability, Climate and Equity (ACE) Award, specifically the Diversity Service Award for Faculty. Dr. Payne will be honored during the 2017 ACE Awards celebration on Wednesday, April 12th at 11:30am in the Memorial Student Center suite 2300 A&B at which time she will […]
Archives for March 2017
Dr. Brian Anderson’s research study to explore the ways dopamine contributed to value-based attentional orienting, recently received media coverage including CNN, The New York Times, and the TODAY show. Read full story by Undergraduate Psychology Majors Erin and Haley.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Seto, Doctoral Student of Social Psychology (faculty advisor Dr. Joshua Hicks) who has been selected as a 2017 recipient of the Distinguished Graduate Student Award. An awards ceremony will be held on Monday, April 24 from 10:00am-11:30am at the Stark Galleries located in the MSC Building at which time Elizabeth will be […]
Congratulations to Inchul Cho for being selected as a 2017 recipient of the Association of Former Students Distinguished Graduate Award for Excellence in Teaching. Inchul and other distinguished awardees will be honored at an Awards Ceremony on Monday, April 24th from 10:00-11:30am at the Stark Gallery in the MSC, followed by a luncheon. Inchul will […]
Congratulations to Shannon Kelley, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student who has been selected as a 2017 recipient of the U.S. Senator Phil Gramm Fellowship. She will be honored at an Awards Ceremony on Thursday, April 6th from 3:30pm-5:00pm at the Stark Galleries, located in the MSC. She will receive an award certificate and will give a […]
Dr. Vani Mathur and her lab studies the pain disparities among people from different racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Dr. Joseph Orr and his lab research the ways in which we shield our abstract goals, such as eating healthily, from environmental cues, such as walking past a dessert case. […]
Dr. Bernard and her lab researches the cerebellum and how that part of the brain affects motor and cognitive behavior in aging adults. Dr. MacNamara and her team study emotional responses with the hope to better understand anxiety and depression. Click Here read the full interview by Heather Rodriguez […]
Congratulations to the Psychology Clinical program and all it’s Academic Advisors whose Doctoral candidates have all been matched with internships for the 7th year in a row.
Congratulations to Namrata Nanavaty, Clinical Doctoral Student and Diversity Fellow who has been awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for her research project titled: ” Environmental Threat-Related Attention Bias and Physiological Pain Response.” The NSF Fellowship will fund her research studies for a full 3 years. Namrata was supported by the College of Liberal Arts […]
Former clinical doctoral student earns mid-career investigator award from the North American Society for the study of Personality Disorder. Dr. Hopwood is an Associate Professor at Michigan State University in the area of Social and Personality Psychology.