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Dr. Stephanie Madon, professor in the Department of Psychology, received the Graduate College 2020 Postdoctoral Mentoring Award for exceptional guidance of postdoctoral scholars. Congratulations Dr. Madon!
Congratulations to these faculty member on their promotions this spring! Kristi Costabile – Associate Professor Jonathan Kelly – Professor Kathy Hanisch – Teaching Professor Robert Hessling – Associate Teaching Professor Todd Jenks – Teaching Professor Loreto Prieto – Morrill Professor Karen Scheel – Teaching Professor Denise Vrchota – Teaching Professor
Congratulations to cognitive graduate student, Lucia Cherep, and cognitive psychology professor, Jonathan Kelly, for winning the 2019 Raymond S. Nickerson Award for the best paper in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied for their paper: Cherep, L. A., Lim, A. F., Kelly, J. W., Acharya, D., Velasco, A., Bustamante, E., Ostrander, A. G., & Gilbert, S. … Continue reading Congratulations: Lucia Cherep and Jonathan Kelly win Nickerson Award
Congratulations to the 2020 Social Psychology Graduate Student Award Winners! Research Excellence Award: Kathryn Bunda Michael Tynan Teaching Excellence Award: Marielle Machacek Kelly Kane Mentoring Excellence Award: Nicole Hayes Service Excellence Award: Adele Quigley-McBride
On Tuesday, February 11th the College of Liberal Arts and Science held the LAS Undergraduate Research Fair. It was open to all undergraduates in LAS. Psychology undergraduates Maria Smirnova place 1st and Tracy-Lynn Lamoreaux placed 2nd. Congratulation Maria and Tracy-Lynn!
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.