Undergraduate student Madeleine Salvatore received the 2016 Clifford M. Kliger Memorial Award. Established by the parents and brother of Clifford M. Kliger (CLA ’67, ’69), in recognition of the many contributions he made to his students, friends and patients, this award is given to a senior who has obtained an outstanding average in psychology and plans…Details
Ross Divers, sophomore psychology major with a cognitive neuroscience minor, became a Diamond Research Scholar. This summer, he will work in the Cognitive Neuropsychology lab, under the direction of Dr. Tania Giovannetti, on a study titled “Tracking the Occurrences of Errors in Everyday Actions in People with Dementia”.
Jaime Earnest graduated from Temple University in 2007 with a degree in Psychology and a minor in cognitive neuroscience. In a recent Temple Now article, she described the impact that the department and her former professor, Dr. Hirsh-Pasek, had on her career.
Five of our Honors Psychology students presented at the 2016 Temple Undergraduate Research Forum – Creative Works Symposium (TURF-CreWS). From left to right, they are Jasmine Forde, Katie Scopelleti, Gerry Van Buskirk, Zoe Kearns, and Jacquelyn O’Leary.
Mian Ong (Lauren Alloy’s former post-baccalaureate research assistant) received an Honorable Mention for the Delaware Project Student Award.
Elissa Hamlat (Lauren Alloy’s student) received an Honorable Mention for the Delaware Project Student Award. This award is typically presented to a student who works to create new knowledge which merges the research with service within mental health care.
Jared O’Garro-Moore (Lauren Alloy’s student) received a full tuition scholarship to attend the Beck Institute’s Annual Student and Mental Health Trainee Workshop: CBT for Depression.
Dr. Olino’s research on depression across generations was featured in Temple’s College of Liberal Arts Newsroom.
Thomas Olino is the recipient of the Susan Nolen-Hoeksema Early Research Career Award from the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP). Congratulations Tom!
Nora Newcombe has been selected to receive the 2016 Temple University Research Award. This prestigious award is awarded each year in recognition of outstanding faculty research contributions. The award comes with a $5,000 stipend and a framed certificate.