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Doctoral Student Awarded Grant

Congratulations to Abbey Love (PhD student in Educational Psychology) who recently received an Autism Speaks Local Impact Grant for her community-based work entitled, "Promoting Positive Interactions among First Responders and Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Abbey has orchestrated and provided numerous free trainings to regional law enforcement agencies aimed at increasing police officers’ knowledge...
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Calah Ford (PhD student in Educational Psychology) recently received a prestigious 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The highly-competitive award provides a $34,000 annual stipend and $12,000 tuition coverage to the Fellow each year for three years. Congratulations, Calah, on this significant accomplishment! Her advisor is Dr. Ellen...
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Della Mosley, counseling psychology doctoral student, co-hosted a Radical Healing event to promote healing through social justice with APA Division 45 President Dr. Helen A. Neville and other Presidential Task Force members.  The Twitter chat and three-part webinar series focuses on dialogue about radical healing and how to promote healing through social justice.  The events occur March through May of...
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Dr. Candice Hargons, Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology and Dr. Joseph Hammer, Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology, both recently received Research and Creative Activity Fund Awards. These internal awards are sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research at the University of Kentucky. Congratulations to you both! Dr. Candice Hargons Dr. Joseph Hammer Read More → -->
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    • Feb
Rena Goodwin, masters student in Counseling Psychology, has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 Society for Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology (Division 47) Thesis Award. Her thesis, “Self-Stigma, Attitudes, and Preferences When Seeking Mental Health and Sport Psychology Services: A Student-Athlete Point of View,” was co-chaired by Drs. Marc Cormier and Heather Irwin in the Department...