Congratulations to Juan Carlos (JC) Batarse on accepting a Consultant position at DCI Consulting in Washington, DC. JC will begin the position on July 24, 2017.
Gillian Acca successfully defended her dissertation on June 5, 2017. Her dissertation was titled “The Interaction of Progesterone and Allopregnanolone with Fear Memories.” Her committee co-chairs were Stephen Maren and Naomi Nagaya. Jim Grau and Farida Sohrabji (Medicine) were also committee members. Congratulations, Dr. Acca! Olabisi Asenuga Atoba successfully defended her dissertation titled “Leadership Self-efficacy […]
Brittney Becker successfully defended her dissertation in March. Her dissertation was titled “Preference-Categorization: How group membership and liking affect evaluative scale preference.” Brittney’s Ph.D. supervisor was Rachel Smallman, and her dissertation committee included Heather Lench, Brandon Schmeichel, and Christina Kan. Congratulations, Dr. Becker! Kaileigh Byrne successfully defended her dissertation in March. Her dissertation was titled “The Interaction between Externalizing Proneness and Striatal Dopamine on Distinct […]
Dr. Isaac Sabat was just selected by Personnel Review as a Highly Commended Award winner of the 2016 Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards. Congratulations!
Congratulations to multiple psychology undergraduate and graduate student winners at Texas A&M University’s Student Research Week. Omar Garcia (graduate student) and Lakshmi Achari (undergraduate student) 1st Place Graduate, Liberal Arts Poster Presentation 1st Place Sigma Chi Symposium theme award Wheeler Nakamara (undergraduate student) and Anjelica Mendoza (graduate student) 1st Place Undergraduate Oral Presentation Education […]
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 […]
March 7, 2017 Texas A&M University faculty members advance knowledge through transformational learning, discovery, innovation and impact for Texas and the world. President Michael K. Young advanced these concepts and their strategic imperative at his “State of the University” address in October 2016, calling on the students, faculty, staff, former students and partners of Texas […]
Dr. Brian Anderson was recently awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to support a project titled, “HIV-related Neuroplasticity and Attention-to-Reward as Predictors of Real World Function in Individuals with HIV-associated Neurocognitive Disorder.” Congratulations, Dr. Anderson!
Jeannine Scambray is one of 25 staff members who will be honored today at President Young’s award ceremony and reception. Jeannine will receive the President’s Meritorious Service Award to thank her for your loyalty and dedication to the psychology department. Congratulations and thank you, Jeannine! More details can be found here.
Dr. Brian Anderson’s research was recently featured in an article about STEM studies in the College of Liberal Arts published in Texas A&M Today.