It was recently announced that Temple is now in the elite group of Research 1 universities in the Carnegie classification system. http://news.temple.edu/news/2016-02-01/temple-university-reaches-height-carnegie-research-classification
Nora Newcombe’s research was mentioned in a Nautilus article entitled “Men Are Better At Maps Until Women Take This Course.” http://nautil.us/issue/32/space/men-are-better-at-maps-until-women-take-this-course
Cara Settipani (Philip Kendall’s former student) has been selected for the ADAA Alies Muskin Career Leadership Program (CDLP).
Thomas Olino has been selected to serve as a representative for the FWO Research Foundation in Belgium.
Liz Gunderson has been selected as a “Rising Star” by the Association for Psychological Science.
Nora Newcombe has been elected as Chair-Elect of the AAAS Section on Psychology.
Debra Bangasser’s research was recently mentioned in Science News, featuring research presented in the minisymposium that she chaired at the 2015 Society for Neuroscience meeting. https://www.sciencenews.org/article/his-stress-not-her-stress
Debra Bangasser has been awarded an NSF Career award. Congratulations Debbie!
Mike McCloskey has been appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Alexander Puhalla (Mike Mccloskey’s student) won the Best Poster Award from the Tic and Impulse Control Disorders Special Interest Group at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) meeting. His poster was entitled, “The relationship between heart rate variability and behavioral aggression among those with intermittent explosive disorder.”