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.
Congratulations to Dr. Juan Rodriguez who successfully completed his oral exam for his dissertation work! Juan completed the Ph.D. program in the area of Behavioral and Cellular Neuroscience under the direction of Dr. Paul Wellman.
KBTX News speaks to Dr. Jessica Bernard of the Department of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts to create a story about her research into how the brain changes as people age.
Congratulations to Deborah Lowe who is one of six candidates in the College of Liberal Arts selected to receive the 2017 Fasken Distinguished Graduate Student Teaching Award. This award is presented to publicly recognize teaching excellence.
Nothing but blue skies ahead for the 5 clinical doctoral students who were matched with prestigious internship locations. David Houghton Shannon Kelley Allison Rulseh Kim Stanton Micheal Sferra Medical University of South Carolina/Charleston Harvard/ Massachusetts General Wisconsin Department of Corrections Medical University of South Carolina/Charleston State University of New York
Congratulations to Tom Tibbett whose NITOP (National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology) presentation was selected to receive the 2017 Frank Costin Memorial Award for Excellence. This award is given to the best presentation that exemplifies teaching.
Dr. Winfred Arthur, Jr. and his collaborators studied the way that interaction anxiety, or “the tendency to experience anxiety in interactions in which an individual’s behaviors and responses are contingent on the behaviors and responses of others, “affects team training effectiveness.” They have posited that team cohesion may be the link between individual interaction and […]
Tom Tibbett researches why most students dislike Psychology-Statistic Courses and comes up with a fun and unique way to not only get students to like statistics but to intrigued and look forward to it each week. Read full blog on NOBA