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On Monday October 28, graduate students Lisa Dazzell and Nicole Hayes each gave a presentation in which they described their their international travel experiences, funded by the Campbell/Borgen Psychology Graduate Student International Travel Fund. This fund was established in recognition of Dr. Campbell’s gratitude for the excellent graduate education that he received from the faculty … Continue reading Campbell/Borgen Awardee Presentations given on October 28, 2019
Graduate students Lisa Dazzell (counseling area, top right in photo) and Nicole Hayes (social area, top left in photo) will each give a presentation on their recent international travel experiences. These experiences were generously funded by the Campbell/Borgen Psychology Graduate Student International Travel Fund that was established in recognition of Dr. Campbell’s gratitude … Continue reading Campbell/Borgen Travel Fund presentations
Lucia Cherep and Garret Hisler are the 2018 recipients of the Campbell/Borgen Graduate Foreign Travel Award. The Campbell/Borgen Award is designed to facilitate the early professional international experiences of Iowa State University psychology graduate students by providing them with financial assistance up to $2,500. Lucia Cherep used the award to travel to a navigation conference … Continue reading Congratulations! Lucia Cherep and Garrett Hisler receive the Campbell Borgen Award
The Campbell/Borgen Psychology Graduate Student International Travel Fund has been established in recognition of Dr. Campbell’s gratitude for the excellent graduate education that he received from the faculty of the Iowa State University psychology department. Through this fund Dr. Campbell would also like to recognize the contributions of Dr. Fred Borgen, a faculty member for … Continue reading Campbell/Borgen Psychology Graduate Student International Travel Fund
Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, ISU psychology alumna, has been named President of Norfolk State University. Dr. Adams-Gaston received her PhD in Counseling Psychology in 1983. She worked with Emeritus Professor Fred Borgen.
A Brief of History of Psychology at Iowa State University. The history of Psychology at Iowa State divides naturally into three eras. Before 1920 psychology was primarily one of the few liberal studies either required or offered to the students in the agricultural or mechanical arts. From 1920 to 1960 psychology continued to conform to … Continue reading Department History