Congrats to Devon for being awarded an APA internship with the Avondale School District on the outskirts of Phoenix AZ. Devon is a doctoral student in the School Psychology program.
Congrats to Lenora for being awarded an APA internship with the Dallas Public School District. Lenora is a doctoral student in the School Psychology program.
Dr. Darshon Andrson will present an overview of her research on goal pursuit this Thursday, March 19, during X-period (1:40pm-2:30pm) in Mashburn 200. All students interested in learning more about Dr. Anderson's work are welcome to attend the event. This is a great opportunity to learn more about some of the research that is being conducted in the department.
Psi Chi International Honor Society is sponsoring a rock/paper/scissors tournament at the Campus Amphitheater on Thursday, March 12 at x-period.
Cory Cobb, a first year psychology doctoral student, and Dr. Dong Xie, had their paper, "Structure of the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support for Undocumented Hispanic Immigrants" accepted for publication in the journal, Hispanic Journal of the Behavioral Sciences.
Dr. James Grice from Oklahoma State University will be in the department on Thu, Mar 5 and Fri, Mar 6 to host several workshops regarding statistical analyses (Observation Oriented Modeling) and on George Kelly's theory of personal constructs. Check the department for specific times and locations.
Congratulations to Devon Patterson and Lenora Nunley on receiving APA internships! Devon was accepted into the internship at Avondale school district outside of Phoenix AZ and Lenora was accepted at Dallas Public Schools in TX. These are nationally competitive internships and both deserve a big congratulation!
All faculty and students are invited to attend a talk by Dr. James McNulty of Florida State University on the top The Science of Intimate Relationships. The talk will be Tue, Feb 10, 4-6 pm in Mashburn 202.
On Thursday, Feb 12, the UCA Psychological Society will host a panel discussion on the variety of career paths in psychology. Everyone is invited to Mashburn Hall Room 200 from 1:40-2:30 pm.