A Student-Faculty Team Weighs Effective COVID-19 Messaging to Those with Limited English Proficiency
A student-faculty team weighs effective COVID-19 video messaging to those with limited English proficiency
PUMP is Primed for Mentoring Psychology Students toward Graduate Study
The success of the 4-year-old Psychology Undergraduate Mentoring Program, forged by graduate students, is documented in an academic article.
UAlbany Psychology graduate contributes chapter to anthology of women showcasing resiliency
Cassandra J. Edwards, a 2017 graduate of the University at Albany Psychology BA Program (with a double major in Criminal Justice), has contributed a chapter to an anthology published in November 2020 titled “21 Resilient Women: Stories of Courage, Growth, and Transformation” (available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/21-Resilient-Women-Stories-Transformation/dp/0981310478). Cassandra completed her honors thesis in Anna Reiman's lab in 2017. She also received a Master’s degree in mental health counseling from UAlbany in 2018.
UAlbany Social Psychology Grad Earns 2019 Early Career Best Manuscript Award
A recent graduate from the University at Albany’s social psychology program, Tina DeMarco, PhD, was awarded the 2019 Early Career Best Manuscript Award from the European Association of Social Psychology for a paper she published with Anna Newheiser, PhD. Read about the award.
Professor Friedman Awarded GRAMMY Museum Grant
University at Albany professor Ron Friedman was awarded a research grant from The GRAMMY Museum Grant Program for his study: Exploring the Links between Tone Language Use, Pitch Discrimination, and Musical Emotion Perception. This is one of only five such awards in the US and Canada. Read more about the grant.