Dr. L. Alison Phillips, Associate Professor of Psychology, contributed her knowledge about creating new healthy habits during the pandemic. You can read the article at this link: https://theconversation.com/the-covid-19-pandemic-has-inspired-new-health-habits-for-these-4-scholars-heres-what-they-put-into-practice-and-why-173049 Well done, Alison!
Please use this link to read the article from the American Psychological Association apologizing for contributing systemic racism. https://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/2021/10/apology-systemic-racism#
Congratulations to Department of Psychology faculty member Christian Meissner for being recognized last week at the University Awards Ceremony. Dr. Meissner received the University Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research. We are so proud of his exceptional accomplishments!
Congratulations to Department of Psychology faculty member Carolyn Cutrona for being recognized last week at the University Awards Ceremony. Dr. Cutrona was honored as a Distinguished Professor. We are truly proud of Dr. Cutrona’s accomplishments!
Dr. Brian Brooks, Senior Division Scientist at 3M, was awarded the 2021 Department of Psychology Distinguished Alumni Award. While visiting ISU to receive his award he was able to talk with undergraduates and graduate students about his education and career. Congratulation Dr. Brooks!
Kristi Costabile, associate professor in psychology, and Stephanie Madon, professor in psychology, were recently awarded a $30,000 Increasing Open Inquiry on College Campuses Research Grant by Heterodox Academy for their project Harnessing the Power of Narrative to Improve Perspective-taking and Empathy. This highly selective grant program funded five intervention studies for the coming academic year. … Continue reading Kristi Costabile and Stephanie Madon Receive Research Grant from Heterodox Academy