At its July, 2019 annual meeting in Lisbon, the International Society for Political Psychology (https://www.ispp.org/ ) gave the Jeanne Knutsen award to Prof. Felicia Pratto for her long-standing service to the scientific society. The award is named in honor of the late Dr. Jeanne Knutsen, ISPP’s founder.
Felicia Pratto will become the president-elect of the International Society of Political Psychology at the end of its annual meeting in July 12-15 in Lisbon. She will serve in that capacity til July, 2020, when she becomes president and will host the annual meeting in Berlin in July 2021, whereupon she becomes past-president (each of […]
UConn emerita professor Mary Crawford was awarded the Carolyn Wood Sherif award from Div. 35 of APA in 2018. “The award is given to a senior individual based on sustained and substantial contributions to the field of the psychology of women as a scholar, teacher, mentor and leader.” How well deserved! You do us proud, […]
An article in the September 2017 Military Medical Research News describes how Jessica LaCroix’s program is training military chaplains to prevent suicide. Begins on front page. 9 – DRP SEPTEMBER 2017 NEWSLETTER – VOLUME 4 ISSUE 9
Congratulations to our recent PhDs, Dr. Talea Cornelius, who has begun a post-doctoral position at Columbia University Medical Center (her page) and Dr. Brad Weisz, who has become an Assistant Professor at California State University at Long Beach (his page). We are very proud of your successes and we miss you both.
A central concept of their research program and recent research of Dr.s Marsh & Meagher is featured in The New Yorker. Word of the day: Affordance.
New article by Eion O’Carroll at Christian Science Monitor features Felicia Pratto.
Devon Price won a SPSSI Applied Social Issues Internship research grant for research on psychological factors impacting HIV testing and PreP medication uptake.
Four of our current PhD students will be presenting their research at the upcoming SPSP conference in Jan. 2017 in San Antonio: Elif Ikizer, Gabriel Camacho, Brad Weisz, and Gloriana Rodriguez-Arauz. In addition, SPSP granted diversity travel awards to Gabriel Camacho and Brad Weisz.