HARD DATA CAFE, MARCH 31, Dr. VANESSA VOLPE
Please join us for our next Hard Data Cafe meeting, on March 31 at 3:30 pm in SULL 201, for a talk by Dr. Vanessa Volpe (NC State), titled, “Is everybody free? The biopsychosocial effects of misogynoir and its implications for health equity.”
PRICE DEFENDS THESIS
Congratulations to Keiana Price, who successfully defended her thesis, “Social histories influence on children’s thinking about others’ regard for digital and physical possessions,” on Thursday, March 16. Committee members: Jasmine DeJesus, Paul Silvia, and Ethan Zell.
HARD DATA CAFE, FEBRUARY 17, DR. ANDREW ENGELHARDT
Please join us for our next Hard Data Cafe meeting, on February 17 at 3:30 pm in SULL 201, for a talk by Dr. Andrew Engelhardt (UNCG Poli Sci), titled “From protest to child-rearing: How movement politics shape socialization priorities.”
Nominations Now Open for 2023 Alumni Awards
Nominations for the 2023 Alumni Awards are now open! See details and award descriptions here. Deadline for receipt of applications is April 1, 2023.
KANE’S COLLABORATION IN THE NEWS
This Inside Higher Ed story, on whether professors should eliminate deadlines from their course assignments, features discussion of Dr. Michael Kane’s collaborative work with Dr. Akira Miyake (University of Colorado Boulder) on academic procrastination and designing holistic classroom interventions to reduce it.
DR. LIVAS STEIN PUBLISHES EDITED VOLUME
Congratulations to Gabriela Livas Stein, who has published (with co-editor Dawn Witherspoon) the volume, “Diversity and developmental science: Bridging the gaps between research, practice, and policy.” This work grew out of a preconference at the 2018 SRCD meeting. From the publisher’s website: “This book examines the challenges faced by developmental scientists as the population under
HARD DATA CAFE, JANUARY 27, DR. ASHLEY RUBA
Please join us for our next Hard Data Cafe meeting, on January 27 at 3:30 pm via Zoom (link sent via departmental email), for a talk by Dr. Ashley Ruba (Reality Labs at Meta), titled “From Academia to UXR.”
Congratulations to all 2022 Graduate Student Award Winners!
As we embark on 2023, let’s take time to acknowledge and celebrate the UNCG Psychology graduate students who won University, College, or Department awards in 2022: The UNCG Graduate School Alumni/Excellence/Hayes Fellowship: Shae Nestor The UNCG Graduate School Joseph M. Bryan, Jr. Fellowship: Sabine Huber The UNCG Graduate School McIver Inclusiveness Fellowship: Shruthi Venkatesh The
Congratulations to our Fall 2022 Doctoral Graduates
Please enjoy these photos of our Psychology doctoral graduates and their advisors, following the UNCG doctoral hooding ceremony on Thursday, December 8. Below, from left to right: Dr. Rosemery Nelson-Gray, new Dr. Ian Penzel, new Dr. Gail Corneau, new Dr. Sudheera Ranaweera, and Dr. Suzanne Vrshek-Schallhorn Below, left to right: Dr. Stuart Marcovitch, new Dr.
Booth Defends Thesis
Congratulations to Rachel Booth, who successfully defended her thesis, “Does mind wandering create a mental context change that facilitates memory retrieval?” on Monday, November 21. Committee members: Michael Kane (Chair), Peter Delaney, and Dayna Touron.