Cory Cobb and Dr. Dong Xie publish article on immigrants

Congratulations to Cory Cobb, Counseling Psychology Doctoral Student, and Dr. Dong Xie, on their upcoming publication!

Cobb, C. L., Branscombe, N., Meca, A., Schwartz, S. J., Xie, D., & Cecilia-Zea, M., Molina, L., Martinez, Jr., C. (In Press). Toward a positive psychology of immigrants. Perspectives on Psychological Science.  

Dr. Femina Varghese recognized for Project REACH

Congratulations to Dr. Varghese and Project REACH!

Dr. Femina Varghese and Project Reach were recently featured in the Arkansas Times’ story on Visionary Arkansans in 2018. See link below and click on Project REACH.

Dr. Darshon Anderson to attend NSF workshop

Congratulations to Dr. Anderson!
 
From the UCA press release:
Dr. Anderson … “has been selected to attend a workshop intended to improve competitiveness among submissions to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM) program. The two-day, all-expense paid workshop seeks to improve the competitiveness of submissions to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM) program from predominantly undergraduate institutions. Titled “Capacity Building for Competitive S-STEM Proposals,” the workshop will be held at Rice University in Houston, Texas.”
 

Dr. John Murphy publishes new book

Dr. John Murphy, Professor of Psychology & Counseling, has authored (with Jacqueline A. Sparks, University of Rhode Island) the book, Strengths-Based Therapy, as part of the Psychotherapy & Counseling Distinctive Features series published by Routledge Press.
Murphy, J. J., & Sparks, J. A. (2019). Strengths-based therapy. London, England: Routledge Press.

Ms. Charlton and Ms. Bogoslavsky recognized by student athletes

Congrats to Ms. Charlton and Ms. Bogoslavsky for their recent recognition by members of the UCA Volleyball Team (Amari Mitchell for Ms. Bogoslavsky, and Bailey Waddington and Amanda Beaton for Ms. Charlton).

Thanks for making a difference in these students’ lives!
 

Dr. John Murphy publishes book chapter

Murphy, J.J. (2019). Solution-focused school counseling. In C.T. Dollarhide & M. E. Lemberger-Truelove (Eds.), Theories of school counseling for the 21st century (pp. 181-207). New York., NY: Oxford University Press.

Dr. Art Gillaspy co-authors publication

Landry, A., Roofe, N., & Gillaspy, A. (2018). Promoting and evaluating interprofessional collaboration with motivational interviewing. Renal Nutrition Forum, 37(4), 14-18.

Cory Cobb (doctoral student in Counseling) co-authors publication

Congratulations to Counseling Psychology doctoral student, Cory Cobb, on this publication!
Meca. A., Cobb, C. L., Schwartz, S. J., Szabo, A., Moise, R., Zamboanga, B., Klimstra, T. A., Soares, M. H., Ritchie, R., & Stephens, D. P. (In Press). Exploring individual differences in the relationship between cultural identity processes and well-beingEmerging Adulthood.

Dr. Paul Nail, Cory Cobb, & Carley Owen publish article

Nail, P. R., Cobb, C. L., & Owen, C. E. (in press). Evidence that negative maternal transference is at the root of Americans’ beliefs in 9/11 conspiracy theories. North American Journal of Psychology.   

Congrats to all!

Dr. Femina Varghese awarded $350,000 grant

Dr. Femina Varghese recently  was awarded extramural funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for the project, “Regional Expansion of treatment for Addiction in Corrections via tele-Health: Project REACH.” The grant award is $350,000 for 3 years.

Dr. Varghese is a Principal Investigator along with Nickolas Zaller, PhD (UAMS) and Ben Udochi, MHR, (Arkansas Department of Community Corrections).

Congratulations, Dr. Varghese!