"Counseling for Prevention and Wellness" will be presented by Dr. Robert Conyne on Firday, Apr 15, 9-12 in MAS 103.
Congratulations to three undergraduate PSYC majors for being the finalists for this year's Richard Scott Outstanding Psychology Student Award. All three will win cash awards and the winner will be announced in April. The finalists are Ivana Ilic, Rebecca Stallmann, and Kelli Wierzbicki. Congrats to all three.
Mollie Henager (one of our senior majors) has been selected as this year's Outstanding Student for the College of Health and Behavioral Sciences. She will be recognized at Spring Commencement ceremony on April 30th.
Luke Sandlin, a student in the Mental Health Counseling program, has been awarded the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries (NAJA) Scholarship.
Michael Watson successfully defended his dissertation on March 14 - congratulations Dr WATSON!
De'Von Patterson, doctoral student in School Psychology, has accepted a post-doctoral fellowship in Southern California. Congrats De'Von!
Today, Dr. John Murphy, Professor of Psychology and Counseling, is being honored by the Arkansas Mental Health in Education Association (ARMEA) with the 2016 ARMEA School Based Mental Health Advocate Award (recognizing cumulative contributions to the practice of school-based mental health in Arkansas).
Dr. Bill Lammers and three former undergraduate students in his Research Methods Lab course (Sarah Davis, Olivia Davidson, Kellie Hogue) published "Impact of Positive, Negative, and No Personality Descriptors on the Attractiveness Halo Effect" in the Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research.