Psychology professor Christian Meissner takes a collaborative approach to mentoring, focusing on core skills and competencies that postdoctoral scholars would like to further develop. He offers opportunities for leadership of projects and for the development of novel lines of research that leverage their collective strengths. He also spends time discussing other areas of professional development, … Continue reading Dr. Chris Meissner receives postdoctoral mentoring award
The town of Ottumwa, Iowa is embracing its growing LGBTQIA+ community, led by Cyclone Cara Galloway (‘08 interdisciplinary studies & psychology) and her fellow Ottumwa Pride members. Read more at this link: ISU Alumni Association – Small town, big progress
Psychology graduate student Maya Irvin-Vitela is one of this year’s recipients of the Brown Graduate Fellowship. She was nominated by Psychology Director of Graduate Education Jonathan Kelly. Dr. Kelly stated, “Maya’s interest in aggression, dark personality traits, and conduct disorder led her to develop a set of research questions for her master’s thesis, for which … Continue reading Maya Irvin-Vitela receives Brown Graduate Fellowship
Congratulations to Alison Phillips, Associate Professor of Psychology, for her recent election to fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, the nation’s leading group of multi-specialty professionals, dedicated to improving health and quality of the life through proven behavioral science. Well done, Alison!
Senior psychology major Jassma’ray Johnson placed first in the university wide pitch-off competition in the existing business category. Please see more information at the link below: https://www.iowastatedaily.com/news/iowa-state-university-pappajohn-center-for-entrepreneurship-ivy-college-of-business-pitch-competition-college-by-college-pitch-off-awards-money-finance-start-up-united-states-of-america/article_183f4916-9449-11ec-b16f-3720e6e60be8.html