We are excited that Dr. Lora Adair has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Psychology in our department. Dr. Adair will begin this Fall semester.
News & Events Blog
Congratulations to Abigail Strickland!
Abigail is a senior psychology major and selected as the most outstanding student in the College of Health & Behavioral Sciences for 2017.
On February 23, 2017, Dr. John Murphy, Professor of Psychology & Counseling, presented two invited workshops on Solution-Focused Counseling in Schools at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) in San Antonio, Texas.
Congratulations to Dr. Mara Wood (School Psychology PhD 2015) for the publication of her book on the psychology of Wonder Woman! Nice work following your passion! Link to book below:
Informative and timely article by Dr. Shawn Charlton and Psychology students Christina Ozanich and Nikki Phillips about applying for graduate school. Link to article below.
by Shawn R. Charlton, PhD, Christina Ozanich, and Nikki Phillips
Congratulations to Dr. Darshon Anderson for being selected a professional representative for Southwestern Psychological Association.
Congratulations to Kelli Wierzbicki for being selected the graduate student representative for SWPA.
Anderson, D. L., Martens, H. C. (Mar. 2017). Using Interdepartmental Partnerships to create Systems-Change in Developmental Education. Symposium presented at National Association of Developmental Education Conference, National Association of Developmental Education, Oklahoma City, Ok.
John Murphy, Professor of Psychology and Counseling, recently conducted two days of training on solution – focused therapy for mental health therapists and counselors in Laurens County School District 56 in Clinton, South Carolina. Dr. Murphy is a nationally recognized expert on solution-focused therapy for school-age children.
Dr. Paul Nail will present on his theory and research on social influence at a conference titled “Science Meets Social Science” in Wroclaw, Poland, in March 2017. Dr. Nail’s model of ways people respond when pressured to conform to a group was picked up by a group of professors from Wroclaw, Poland, who work in an emerging area of physics known as socio-physical modeling. During his trip to Poland, Dr. Nail will be a visiting professor at the Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Science and Technology in Poland.
Congratulations Dr. Nail on this accomplishment!