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Kim Gentry, a fourth year doctoral student in the school psychology program, is the recipient of the UCA Foundation’s Charles and Nadine Baum Scholarship for the 2016-17 school year. We are proud of her accomplishments and are not surprised she would be highly competitive for such an award.
Gardiner Sanders (undergraduate; BS) was selected to receive a $5,000 Psi Chi Summer Research Grant for his project: “Collective Self-Esteem and the Rejection-Identification Model among African American Adults: A Moderated Mediation Analysis.”
Dr. Charlton is the faculty sponsor for the project.
Congratulations to Gardiner!
In a recent analysis of school psychology research published in School Psychology Quarterly, Liu and Oakland (2016) found that an article by UCA professors Dr. Ron Bramlett and Dr. John Murphy was the 17th most cited article in the history of school psychology publications (1907-2014).
Congratulations to Ivana Ilic for receiving this year’s Richard Scott Outstanding Psychology Student Award. Ivana received $750 and her name on a department plaque.
Finalists for the award included Kelli Wierzbicki and Rebecca Stallmann.
The Psychological Society Officers of 2016-2017
- Research Chair: Savannah Cavender
- Secretary/Treasurer: Ashley Foots
- Public Relations Chair: Lizeth Tomas Flores
- Recruitment Chair: Taylor Dague
- Vice President: Kirsten Tully
- President: Emily Hahn
Congrats to all!
Amy Hufstedler, now a Counseling Psychology doctoral student, just had a paper accepted (co-authored with Dr. Ken Sobel) in the Journal of Psychological Inquiry. This was a project completed while she was an undergraduate psychology major at UCA. Congratulations to Amy and Dr. Sobel!
UCA Psychological Society is sponsoring a discussion with Dr. Khiela Holmes, Clinical Psychologist at UAMS and president of the Arkansas Psychological Association. The discussion will be Thu, Apr 12 from 1:40-2:30 pm in MAS 239.