Psychology graduate student Kathryn Bunda has been awarded a 2021-2022 Brown Graduate Fellowship. She is one of 14 outstanding students from across the university receiving this award. The award recipients receive $10,000. Congratulations Kathryn!
Are you multilingual? Maybe you should be! Dr. John Grundy co-authored “Does Bilingualism Protect Against Dementia? A Meta-analysis” in the Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. Check it out👉 https://news.las.iastate.edu/2021/01/28/study-shows-learning-a-second-language-thwarts-onset-of-dementia/
Dr. David Campbell died on January 18, 2021. Dr. Campbell received his BS and MS degrees from Iowa State University. He attended the University of Minnesota and was also a professor there. He co-authored the Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory, which is widely used in vocational counseling. Dr. Campbell co-sponsored the Campbell-Borgen Scholarship fund in the Psychology … Continue reading In Memoriam David Campbell 1934-2021
Dr. L. Alison Phillips has published an article about the benefits of group exercise. Here is a link to the article: https://theconversation.com/group-exercise-may-be-even-better-for-you-than-solo-workouts-heres-why-149348?utm_source=aroundlas&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=01-20-2021-AroundLAS Congratulations Alison!
Congratulations to Nicole Hayes for being recognized with a Graduate Student Teaching Impact Award as part of the COVID-19 Exceptional Effort Awards Program. Well done, Nicole. We are proud and thankful to have such hard-working, committed graduate students!
Three graduate students in the department received LAS teaching and research awards. Vanessa Castillo and Lucia Cherup received Teaching Excellence Awards. Min Joo Joo received a Research Excellence Award. Well done! You can read the full awards list at this link.