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 email@example.com. 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 presented about their international travel experiences of the Campbell/Borgen awards. Dr. David Campbell and Dr. Fred Borgen both attended these presentations to hear about these students’ travel experiences. In the photo, the back row is Nicole Hayes (L) and Lisa Dazzell (R). In the … 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.
On September 9, 2019 the Liberal Arts and Science college celebrated faculty and staff at its annual LAS Convocation. Lisa Larson, professor in the psychology department, received the Institutional Service Award. Lisa has worked for more than a decade to improve recruitment, promotion, and retention of excellent and diverse faculty. Congratulations and thank you for … Continue reading Lisa Larson receives LAS Institutional Service Award
On September 9, 2019 the Liberal Arts and Science College celebrated outstanding faculty and staff at its annual LAS Convocation. Kristin Towers, academic advisor for the psychology department, was honored with the LAS Award for Early Achievement in Academic Advising. Congratulations, Kristin, and thank you for all your hard work.
Sabrina Ash, a recent graduate of ISU’s psychology department, competed with other Liberal Arts and Science students at the Iowa State University’s Standing Innovation pitch competition at the Iowa State Fair. Twelve LAS students delivered a pitch, 90 seconds to five minutes long, to fairgoers about an innovative and entrepreneurial idea. Students competed for an … Continue reading Sabrina Ash showcases innovative idea at the Iowa State Fair
Congratulations to the first Stavish Fellows in the Department of Psychology, Rachel Dianiska and Ryan Ditchfield. The Stavish Fund for Excellence in Psychology and Law was established by Mark and Wendy Stavish to support graduate students in the Psychology-Law concentration.
The Psychology Department’s Counseling Area received a ten year accreditation from the American Psychological Association. Congratulations to Nathaniel Wade, Training Director, and the entire counseling area!