Dr. Candice Hargons awarded the 2018 APA Division 17 Outstanding Contribution to Scholarship on Race and Ethnicity

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Congratulations to counseling psychology faculty member, Dr. Candice Hargons, on being awarded the 2018 APA Division 17 Outstanding Contribution to Scholarship on Race and Ethnicity award. If you’re going to APA next week, she will be given this recognition at the SERD Town Hall and Awards Presentation. The Town Hall will … Read More

Counseling Psychology Student Reflects on the APA International Learning Partner Program

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Minnah Farook wrote about her recent visit to Bangladesh through APA’s International Learning Partner Program (ILPP). You can find the article here: http://www.apa.org/international/pi/2018/05/bangladesh-learning-partner.aspx More about the program: Through meetings with leaders, faculty and service providers in the host country, program participants gain unique insight into international applications of psychology and develop … Read More

Counseling Psychology Student Awarded NIH NIDA T32 Fellowship

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Counseling psychology doctoral students, Jardin Dogan, has been selected to receive the NIH NIDA T32 “Training in Drug Abuse Research” Pre-doctoral Fellowship! The formal name is the Ruth L. Kirschstein Nationa Research Service Award (NRSA). This is a prestigious nationally recognized fellowship. Jardin will receive specialized training in grant writing, seminars in the … Read More

School Psychology Student Wins Eller & Billings Research Award

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Congratulations to school psychology doctoral student, Kahyah Pinkman!  Her proposal, “Appalachian African American Parents of a Child with ASD: Examining Service Provider Interactions and Parent Interpretation of Child Development” was selected for a Eller & Billings Student Research Award. This award is sponsored by the UK Appalachian Center.

Doctoral Student Awarded Grant

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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 … Read More

Doctoral Student Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

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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 Usher.

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