Xander Toftness, a graduate student in cognitive psychology, gave a presentation at Reiman Gardens about optical illusions and perception on Thursday, December 12, 2019. Xander is a Reiman Garens’ 2019 Science Communication Fellow.
Dr. Ken Sufka, an alumni of the psychology department, came to campus and gave presentations for faculty and students. The colloquium for faculty was Do Cannabinoids Have a Therapeutic Role in Medicine? Evidence from Preclinical Models of Pain and Addiction. For undergraduates, Dr. Sufka presented Getting Your College A-Game On.
Iowa State University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences mourns the death of Alyssa Porter, a senior pursuing her undergraduate degree in psychology, who died in a car accident on Interstate 35 Saturday, November 23, 2019. The following resources are available to students, faculty and staff: Resources for students Student Counseling Service, 515-294-5056 Thielen Student … Continue reading LAS and Psychology Department mourn loss of student
Congratulations! Natalie Teclaw is featured in the current Student Spotlight series. The Student Spotlight series is designed to recognize the achievements of psychology majors. Nominations may be submitted by faculty, staff, and fellow students. If you would like to nominate a student to be spotlighted, please email your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students selected to be … Continue reading Congratulations! Natalie Teclaw is featured in the current Student Spotlight
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
The psychology freshman learning communities, lead by Carolyn Cutrona and Karen Scheel, are helping freshman students feel connected to each other and the university. The learning communities utilize service to others to promote happiness and well-being. You can read more about the learning communities at this link.