Dr. Lisa Molix, who is promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.
Dr. Beth Wee, named as both the Student Organization Advisor of the Year as well as the Undergraduate Student Government Faculty Member of the Year.
Graduating psychology honors student Chloe Renshaw, who is honored as a member of Tulane 34
Winners of our Department of Psychology awards Erin Albert,Rebekah Cianci, Elin Grissom, Nicolette Guillou, Elizabeth Hargroder, Wayne Hawley, Carolyn Kaufman and Sofia Jeanne Roggeveen.
Daniel Bayless, recipient of first prize for a graduate student poster at SSE Research Day.
Michael Cunningham was recognized with the Society for Research in Child Development Award for Distinguished Contributions at the 2013 meeting in Seattle. The award is given in recognition of an individual’s contributions to the success of SRCD in achieving its purposes as an organization. Dr. Cunningham was recognized for his commitment to the mission of SRCD through an extended and exemplary record of service to the organization, including:
Strengthening the involvement of underrepresented groups in SRCD through strong and thoughtful leadership of the Black Caucus in SRCD.
Providing energetic and creative direction of the Millennium Scholars Program that introduces young ethnic minority scholars to future careers in developmental science.
Bringing to SRCD publications a sophisticated understanding of context and culture in development through his service as an Associate Editor of Child Development.
In the Fall 2013, the Department launches a laboratory component to PSYC1000. Open to 12 students, this section examines and applies the methods and techniques of scientific inquiry as they are used by Psychologists. It also provides hands-on experiences that reinforce psychological theories. The lab will include activities in neuroanatomy, sensory processes, learning and memory, hypothesis development and testing, and scientific writing. Students will conduct an experiment, analyze the data and write a research styled manuscript. The objective is to gain a deeper understanding of major psychological theories and the empirical nature of psychological science.
School Psychology alumna Lucinda (Lang) DeGrange was selected as a diversity delegate to the American Psychological Association's Leadership Conference. Dr. DeGrange will take a leadership role with the Louisiana Psychological Association's mission to recruit and retain psychologists from diverse backgrounds.
Aided by doctoral trainees specializing in trauma, Professors Stacy Overstreet and Bonnie Nastasi led a day-long workshop on "Crisis Prevention and Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Planning." For more on the story see articles in the Advocate and NewWave articles
Speaking to the Science and Engineering Distinguished Leadership Circle, senior April Hartman shares how endowed scholarships have facilitated her training at Tulane.
At the 32nd annual convention of the Louisiana School Psychology Association, Dr. Bonnie Nastasi received the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of her distinguished service and dedication to the school psychologists of Louisiana.
Laura Niditch, in the Department of Psychology, was awarded a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Service Research Award (NRSA) Predoctoral Fellowship from the National Institute of Mental Health to examine culture-specific mechanisms of child anxiety development in Latino families. She is working with Dr. R. Enrique Varela.
Dr. Ed Golob is a participant in an NIH Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) grant from the National Institutes of Health to study aging and regenerative medicine.
Dr. Jill Daniel has received a 5-year, 1.39 million dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the long-term implications for the aging female brain of short-term estrogen use in midlife.
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