Professors John Franck, Brett Jakubiak, David Kellen, Davoud Mozhdehi and Minghao Rostami have been awarded five-year CAREER grants to support their innovative research and educational outreach.
The professorship was made possible by a gift of $2 million in honor of psychology alumna Dr. Faith “Chris” Maltby Cobb.
Abigail Caselli, social psychology Ph.D. student, received funding from The Love Consortium through the John Templeton Foundation for her research project, An Examination of Conflict in Interracial Relationships: A Consideration of Constructive Accommodation.
Psychological Services Center (PSC) has resumed group services after a long pause with the onset of the pandemic. Our graduate students are running two evidence-based groups for children and adolescents this semester.
Benjamin Valen, a social psychology Ph.D. candidate, has received a grant from the NSF-GRFP for their research project, Outcomes of Affectionate Touch Among Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Couples: Effects of Gender Composition and Perceived Audience.
Emily Helminen, school psychology Ph.D. candidate, received funding from the Lesbian Health Fund for her research project, Effects of Self-Compassion Practice on Stress Reactivity Among Sexual Minority Women.
Jessica Powers, a clinical psychology Ph.D. candidate, received funding from NIDA for her NIH F31 Predoctoral NRSA Grant Application.
Sarah Woolf-King is collaborating on a project designed to reduce HIV incidence in East Africa.