Beginning in the fall of 2018, the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences will offer a Master’s of Science degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Applications will be accepted through March 1, 2018. Details about the program can be found here.
Jingji Jin successfully defended her dissertation on the 19th of October. Her dissertation was titled “Neural circuits underlying contextual regulation of fear memory retrieval”. Her dissertation chair was Steve Maren. Congratulations, Dr. Jin!
Inchul Cho successfully defended his dissertation on the 28th of September. His dissertation was titled “Adopting a supervisor’s perspective to increase self-supervisor agreement in work performance ratings: The role of performance dimensions and culture”. His dissertation chair was Stephanie Payne and his dissertation committee included Winfred Arthur, Jr., Chris Berry (now at Indiana University), and […]
Congratulations to Samantha January on earning The Best Student Paper Award at the 2017 Conference on Organizational Commitment at the Ohio State University. Sam collaborated with Dr. Mindy Bergman on a paper entitled “Exploring the Antecedents of Organizational Commitment Profiles: The Roles of Psychological Need Satisfaction and Organizational Experiences” and presented this paper on October […]
Dr. Sherecce Fields is part of the team that just received the NSF Engineering Research Center grant focused on Precise Advanced Technologies and Health Systems for Underserved Populations. After breakthrough biomarker measurements are developed during the first phase of the project, Dr. Fields will address how to use technology to change human behavior. This part […]
Travis Goode Tom Giustino Congratulations to TAMIN & Psychology students Travis Goode and Tom Giustino for being selected for Trainee Professional Development Awards from the Society for Neuroscience. Travis and Tom will receive $1000 for travel-related expenses and complimentary registration to attend SfN’s 2017 annual conference. Additionally, Travis and Tom will present their work at […]
Dr. Steve Rholes has been selected as an American Psychological Association Fellow, for Division 8: Society for Personality and Social Psychology. This honor recognizes unusual and outstanding contributions or performance in the field of social psychology, including having a national impact on the field. Congratulations, Steve!
Congratulations to Grace Rivera, a Social-Personality graduate student who works with Dr. Schlegel, on receiving the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Clara Mayo Award, to support her project titled “Responsibility Framing Matters: When Racialized Message Preferences Influence Who Gets The Job.”
Congrats to all of our summer grads! Pictured left to right: Carla Zimmerman, Stacy Reick, Tatiana Ungredda, Ashley Ramos, Deborah Lowe, and Nate Keiser Not pictured: Gillian Acca, Olabisi Atoba, Melvin Lee Shawn Bates, Kaleigh Byrne, Bo Pang, and Ashley Yaugher. Congrats also to doctoral students completing their master’s degree: Alex Busch, Paula Costa, and […]
Congratulations to Dr. Isaac Sabat on being awarded a National Science Foundation grant. Dr. Sabat and his colleagues proposed a project titled “REvolutionizing Diversity Of Engineering (REDO-E).”