Counseling Psychology Student Awarded CDC Fellowship

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Paris Wheeler, counseling psychology doctoral student, is the recipient of a competitive CDC funded paid summer research fellowship. The 2019 Dr. James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement (RISE) Fellowship Program is a ten-week summer program funded by the CDC. The fellowship aims to provide educational and professional development opportunities … Read More

Counseling Psychology Faculty and Student Awarded NCAA Grant

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A University of Kentucky College of Education research team has been selected to receive funding from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for a project related to college athletes’ psychological well-being and mental health. The team is comprised of Jeff Reese, a licensed psychologist and professor in the Department of Educational, School, … Read More

December FRED Talk – Life After the Psychology PhD

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Hello EDP Family, Our final FRED Talk for the fall 2018 semester is upon us. Please come join us on Tuesday, December 4, from 12-1 pm in Dickey Hall 205 (Stilwell Suite) to learn about Life After the Psychology PhD. The session will open with name introductions and the two driving questions for the session … Read More

Counseling Psychology Student Elected to APAGS Chair

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Counseling Psychology student, Blanka Angyal, has been elected as American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) Chair.  It is a high honor to be elected by your peers to serve in such an important role, the highest role a psychology graduate student can assume. Blanka’s engagement in multiple leadership roles with APAGS … Read More

Candice Hargons Named Carnegie Fellow Nominee

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Dr. Candice Hargons, assistant professor of Counseling Psychology, is the University of Kentucky junior faculty nominee for the 2018 Andrew Carnegie Fellows Programs. The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program supports research and writing that addresses pressing issues and cultural transitions affecting us at home and abroad. The Carnegie Corporation of New … Read More

Counseling Psychology PhD Student Selected for APAGS Subcommittee

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Counseling Psychology student Elyssa Berney was selected as an incoming member of the Subcomittee on Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity (CSOGD) within the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS). As a member of CSOGD, Elyssa will help represent the interests of gender and sexual minority students within the APAGS system. … Read More

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