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Feeding the Mind … Feeding the Body

December 5, 2014
Sewanee Dining Executive Chef Rick Wright does both. This fall on three Fridays he joined with several students in Dr. Al Bardi’s Psychology of Diversity class in this endeavor.

Troisi is the Invited Speaker on the teaching of psychology at the 2015 annual meeting of SEPA

December 4, 2014
Assistant Professor Jordan Troisi has accepted the invitation of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology [Division 2 of the American Psychological Association] to speak at the 2015 annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association.

Two Students present research at the Society for Neuroscience

November 25, 2014
Neuroscience students Jordan Buck and Alysse Schultheis presented a poster at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

Local Fifth-graders hear "Don't Meth With Us"

November 25, 2014
Student Jaclyn Valadka and Professors Siegel and Yu Assist with Methamphetamine Presentation for Area Fifth-Graders

Richer and Wilbanks Selected for Sewanee-At-Yale Directed Research Program

November 17, 2014
Junior Petra Richer and Sophomore Haley Wilbanks spent the spring and summer of 2015 in New Haven.

Summer Research Internships at Yale for 15 Sewanee Students

August 27, 2014
Sewanee students presented the research results of their 2014 summer internships at a July 25 poster session on the Yale campus. Each student worked under the dedicated mentor-ship of one or more professionals. During the preceding eight weeks the students also gathered several times each week in discussion sessions that included interns from other colleges.

Jordan Troisi named Consulting Editor of “Teaching of Psychology”

July 22, 2014
Jordan Troisi named Consulting Editor of “Teaching of Psychology”

Graduation 2014

May 11, 2014
38 received either a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology on May 11, 2014

Newly Appointed Faculty Member Receives Early Career Achievement Award

April 27, 2014
Jordan D. Troisi, Ph.D. –who will join the Psychology Department in the fall– has received an Early Career Achievement Award from the American Psychological Association.

Psychology at Scholarship Sewanee

April 26, 2014
Ten of the posters at the April 25, 2014, Scholarship Sewanee involved psychological research conducted by 25 majors. Obianuju Okonkwo received the Speaker's Choice Award for the best poster in any area.

Psychology Major and Minor luncheon

April 22, 2014
Psychology students and faculty gathered for a luncheon on Tuesday, April 22, to recognize a wide variety of accomplishments during 2013-14 and to celebrate the 50th year of the Psychology Department.

New Members of Psi Chi

April 22, 2014
Students earning membership in Psi Chi were inducted at the end-of-the-year departmental luncheon on April 22.

Psychology professor among those celebrated for “outstanding teaching”

March 6, 2014
The Society of Sewanee Scholars honored Nicole Noffsinger-Frazier along with five other faculty members at its annual dinner.

Social Psychologist to join the Department in August

January 1, 2014
The Department of Psychology would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest faculty member. Jordan Troisi, who completed his doctoral work at University of Buffalo, The State University of New York in 2012, has been a Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology at Widener University since fall 2011. His appointment expands psychology to seven tenure-track positions.

Two psychology professors assist with Don’t Meth With Us presentation for area fifth-graders

November 12, 2013
The Rotary program “Don’t Meth With Us” was created in consultation with Sewanee faculty members Jessica Siegel and Karen Yu. Along with psychology major Jessica Deimler they are helping to assess the impact of the presentation.

Siegel named Kennedy Fellow

September 14, 2013
Jessica Anne Siegel has been awarded the James D. Kennedy III Endowed Faculty Fellowship for 2013–2016 . . . announced during the College’s Commencement ceremonies on May 12.

Yu promoted to Full Professor of Psychology

September 14, 2013
Karen Pao-Ying Yu was promoted to Professor of Psychology by the University’s Board of Regents at its June 2013 meeting, according to a report released to the College Faculty by Vice-Chancellor John McCardell on September 2. Regent action was the final step in a procedure that began early in the Fall Term 2012.

Alumni provide Summer 2013 Activities for Psychology students

September 10, 2013
The psychology majors and minors have told us about a wide variety of summer activities . . . internships (many supported by stipends from the College’s endowment funds or from individual alumni) . . . research . . . summer camps . . . education programs.

Sewanee students participate in Laws of Life research program

September 9, 2013
In this update on the research project studying the Laws of Life Essay Contest . . . Sewanee students participate in the study funded by the John Templeton Foundation . . . and the local newspaper reports on the early work.

Internships at the Yale Child Study Center – Summer 2013

August 14, 2013
Twelve first-time Yale Child Study Center Summer Interns and three returning Interns presented their projects on July 25th. The summer program is the oldest of the Sewanee–Yale collaborations.

High-Fat Diet and Ethanol effects research published

July 30, 2013
The latest issue of the “Journal of Young Investigators” includes an article reporting on a study of the impact of high-fat diet and ethanol on cognition and behavior in female mice … a Psychology 359 project by Chris Daniell ’14 and Shelby Bartlett ’12, under the supervision of Assistant Professor Jessica Siegel.

Student-faculty research presented at APS conference

May 29, 2013
Associate Professor of Psychology Karen Yu and two teams of Sewanee student researchers spent last weekend in Washington, D.C., where they gave presentations at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science.

Graduation 2013

May 12, 2013
15 received either a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology on May 12, 2013.

Psychology at Scholarship Sewanee

April 26, 2013
Seven of the posters at the April 26, 2013, Scholarship Sewanee involved psychological research conducted by 15 students. Lauren Joca's poster received the Speaker's Choice Award.

Psychology Major and Minor luncheon

April 25, 2013
Psychology students and faculty gathered for a luncheon on Thursday, April 25, to celebrate a wide variety of accomplishments during 2012-13.

New Members of Psi Chi

April 23, 2013
Students earning membership in Psi Chi will be inducted at the end-of-the-year departmental luncheon on April 25.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty member, week of April 22

April 19, 2013
Jonathan Robinson will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about New Dreams: the stories, leadership, and business models for re-imagining and re-making communities.

Blogging for Psychology Today: The Web of Violence

April 13, 2013
Sherry L. Hamby, Research Professor of Psychology at Sewanee, is writing a blog, The Web of Violence: Exploring violence and victimization, for PsychologyToday.com

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty member, April 15 & 17

April 12, 2013
Nat Kendall-Taylor, Ph.D., will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about The Science of Communication: Framing Science for Social Change.

Neuroscience added as a Minor Field of Study

April 5, 2013
Neuroscience, an interdisciplinary area that is one of the most compelling scientific frontiers in understanding ourselves and our actions, was added to the Minor Fields of Study by the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences on April 3.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty member, April 8 & 10

April 4, 2013
Pia Britto, Ph.D., will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about early childhood development.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty members, April 3

March 27, 2013
Steven Southwick, M.D., will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about the medical challenges of childhood.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty members, April 1

March 27, 2013
George Lister, M.D., will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about the medical challenges of childhood.

What does a Research Professor of Psychology do?

March 25, 2013
A profile of the myriad of professional activities of Research Professor of Psychology Sherry L. Hamby.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty member, March 27

March 24, 2013
Pádraig Barry will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about how community promotes and fosters resilience.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty members, March 25

March 21, 2013
Windy Lopez will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about “Family Resilience: Literacy to promote social competence and foster resilience. Local and national implications of a case study in Grundy County, TN.” She will be joined by Karen Proctor.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty members, March 18 & 20

March 15, 2013
Raffaella Zanuttini, Ph.D. – joined on Monday by Christina Tortora, Ph.D. - will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about The Study of Language as a Window on the Mind: the importance of “dialects.”

Rural Appalachia seminar welcomes Megan Smith, visiting faculty member

March 4, 2013
Megan Veenema Smith, DrPH, will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about disparities in mental health care and maternal mental health.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty member, February 27

February 21, 2013
Ellen Handler Spitz, Ph.D., will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about children’s cultural lives.

Pelfrey receives Appalachian College Association Scholarship for summer research project

February 21, 2013
Junior psychology major Kayla Pelfrey was awarded a Colonel Lee B. Ledford Scholarship to conduct research at Sewanee during the summer of 2013.

Rural Appalachia seminar visiting faculty members, February 18

February 18, 2013
Sir Peter Crane of Yale and Sewanee professor Jon Evans will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about interactions between the physical environment and human communities.

Rural Appalachia seminar with visiting faculty member, February 10-13

February 8, 2013
Walter S. Gilliam, Ph.D., will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about early childhood education and rural challenges.

First visiting faculty member for Rural Appalachia seminar

January 29, 2013
Brian Harel, Ph.D., J.D., will speak with the Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia seminar about cultural considerations in neuropsychological assessment this week.

Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds – ACS grant

January 21, 2013
Dr. Helen Bateman has received a grant from the Associated Colleges of the South that will permit the adaptation and further development of the Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds materials for a project website.

Hamby to study the Laws of Life essay contest

September 4, 2012
Sewanee has received a grant from the John Templeton Foundation to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the impact of the Laws of Life Essay Contest.

Academic Dishonesty research published

August 27, 2012
The latest issue of “Ethics & Behavior” includes an article reporting on a study of unauthorized use of on-line information while taking a test … a Psychology 444 independent study project by Emily Simpson ’11 under the supervision of Associate Professor Karen Yu.

Yu to speak at Sewanee Summer Seminar

June 22, 2012
Associate Professor of Psychology Karen Yu is one of five faculty members speaking at the annual Sewanee Summer Seminar.

Summer Activities of the Psychology Majors and Minors

May 16, 2012
Summer 2012 will find those majoring in psychology involved in a myriad of internships . . . providing valuable information about the day-to-day requirements of various professions.

Graduation 2012

May 13, 2012
28 received either a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology on May 13, 2012

Psychology professor among those honored for “Best Teaching Practices”

May 3, 2012
The Society of Sewanee Scholars honored Al Bardi along with five other faculty members at its annual Spring dinner.

Summer 2012 for sixteen Sewanee students means the Yale Child Study Center

April 30, 2012
Ten new Yale Child Study Center Summer Interns and four returning Interns were announced today. A fifteenth Summer Intern will be based in Sewanee. In addition, one student will begin the Sewanee-At-Yale Directed Research Program (summer 2012 plus fall semester 2012).

Six to receive their degrees with Honors in Psychology

April 25, 2012
The Department is pleased to announce that the work in psychology of six senior majors has been deemed of sufficient merit to award their degrees with Honors in Psychology.

Psychology Major and Minor luncheon

April 25, 2012
Psychology students and faculty gathered for a noon luncheon on Wednesday, April 25, to celebrate a wide variety of accomplishments during 2011-12.

Nine posters at Scholarship Sewanee

April 23, 2012
Nine of the posters at the April 27, 2012, Scholarship Sewanee will involve psychological research conducted by 27 students.

New Members of Psi Chi

April 19, 2012
Students earning membership in Psi Chi will be inducted at the end-of-the-year departmental luncheon on April 25.

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Boggs accepted to Sewanee-At-Yale Directed Research Program

April 13, 2012
Sewanee sophomore Margaret Marye (Mimi) Boggs has earned acceptance to the Sewanee-At-Yale Directed Research Program for the summer and fall of 2012.

Five Seniors Earn Distinction on the Psychology Comprehensive Examinations

April 11, 2012
Five members of the class of 2012 had excellent performance on their essay submitted on March 30.

Three Students and a Faculty Member publish in an online journal

April 10, 2012
Do Perceived Social Norms Affect Generosity? has been published in the online Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, Volume 11 - 2012

Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds

March 27, 2012
Professor Helen Bateman and her students will be discussing the "Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds" after-school program on Tuesday, March 27.

Blair Barrows a Watson Fellow

March 22, 2012
Blair Barrows will travel to the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, South Africa, and India in 2012-2013 for her Watson project.

Psychology professor interviewed by APA

February 13, 2012
The American Psychological Association interviewed Research Associate Professor of Psychology Sherry Hamby as part of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.

Student-faculty research at National Conference on Ending Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

December 22, 2011
Two student-faculty research projects were presented at the November 2011 conference in Portsmouth, NH.

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Student-faculty research posters at Seattle conference

November 9, 2011
Two student-faculty research projects were presented at the 2011 annual conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making.

Psyc Comprehensive Exam Guidelines for 2012

November 7, 2011
The Department released the Guidelines for the class of 2012 in November.

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Sewanee faculty member’s research in two new publications from the U.S. Department of Justice

October 20, 2011
At its national conference, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (U.S. Department of Justice) released two publications based on research conducted by Research Associate Professor Sherry Hamby with three colleagues at the University of New Hampshire.

Dr. Nicole Barenbaum serves as program chair

September 28, 2011
Professor Barenbaum served as program chair for the June, 2011, meeting of the Society for Personology.

Dr. Jessica Siegel: Methamphetamine exposure during brain development

September 19, 2011
Methamphetamine exposure during brain development (postnatal day 11 through 20) alters the brain in adolescent mice (postnatal day 30) and in adult mice (postnatal day 90) … an article in the October 2011 issue of the Journal of Neurochemistry.

Kaki Nix ’10 and Dr. Sherry Hamby publish with Swiss colleagues

August 9, 2011
An independent study project drawing on both her French Studies and Psychology majors has led to a research article in a refereed professional journal for Kaki Nix ’10.

A record number of Sewanee interns this summer at Yale Child Study Center

June 5, 2011
A record 16 Sewanee students have been awarded summer internships at the Yale Child Study Center, a division of Yale Medical School.

Graduation 2011

May 14, 2011
41 received either a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology on May 15, 2011.

Nine to receive their degrees with Honors in Psychology

May 4, 2011
The Department is pleased to announce that the work in psychology of nine senior majors has been deemed of sufficient merit to award their degrees with Honors in Psychology.

Psychology Major and Minor luncheon

May 4, 2011
Psychology students and faculty gathered for a noon luncheon on Wednesday, May 4, to celebrate a wide variety of accomplishments during 2010-11.

New Members of Psi Chi

May 4, 2011
Students earning membership in Psi Chi were inducted at the end-of-the-year departmental luncheon on May 4.

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Sewanee-at-Yale Directed Research Program accepts a rising junior

May 1, 2011
Scott Ward, a member of the class of 2013, has been accepted by the Sewanee-at-Yale Directed Research Program for the summer and fall 2011. Scott manages to pursue his interests in neuroscience, medicine, and Russian while meeting the requirements of a premedical program.

Thirteen posters and two papers at Scholarship Sewanee

April 29, 2011
Thirteen of the posters and two of the papers at the April 29, 2011 Scholarship Sewanee involve psychological research conducted by 28 students.

First two Sewanee-at-Yale Directed Research Program students return to Sewanee

April 28, 2011
The first two students in the Sewanee-at-Yale Directed Research Program, Chris Hague and Emily Simpson, have returned to Sewanee to share their experiences.

Nine Seniors Earn Distinction on the Psychology Comprehensive Examinations

April 19, 2011
Nine members of the class of 2011 had excellent performance on the five essays written on March 25-26.

Kathryn Cochran ’11 and Dr. Al Bardi publish review paper

March 29, 2011
The literature review of successful intervention strategies for emergency first responders such as police, firefighters, and EMTs was published in the Fall 2010 Journal of Undergraduate Research published by the Department of Psychology at The University of Tennessee–Chattanooga.

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Behavioral Neuroscientist to join the Department in August

March 6, 2011
The Department of Psychology would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest faculty member. Jessica Siegel, who is completing her doctoral work at the Oregon Health & Science University, will offer courses in introductory psychology, behavioral neuroscience, and drugs & human behavior. She replaces Tim Keith-Lucas, who retires in June.

Senior Psychology major Mates presents poster at conference

March 2, 2011
Senior Psychology major Hadley Mates received Honorable Mention for her poster presentation, "Reward preferences at school: Do children favor unhealthy food?" at the 14th Annual Mid-South Psychology Conference on February 26. Mates conducted the research reported in this poster in collaboration with Libba Coker '10, Lucy Taylor '10, and Karen Yu (Associate Professor of Psychology).

An Update from Yale

March 1, 2011
Chris Hague and Emily Simpson, the first two students selected for the Sewanee-at-Yale Directed Research Program, are spending this semester plus the summer immersed in research and courses at the Yale Child Study Center, a division of Yale Medical School. Greeted by a fierce winter even by New England standards, Emily and Chris have acclimated well to life in New Haven. A recent update from both students offers a glimpse into their lives and what they are experiencing.

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U.S. Attorney General recognizes Sewanee psychologist’s research

January 29, 2011
At last week's "Defending Childhood" Initiative meeting, Dr. Sherry Hamby had the pleasant surprise of hearing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder single out the "excellent survey" she conducted with three colleagues at the University of New Hampshire.

Sewanee-at-Yale Directed Research Program launched

December 8, 2010
Christopher Hague and Emily Simpson, class of 2011, will spend the spring 2011 semester and following summer at Yale as the first two participants in this program offered by the Yale Child Study Center.

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Research opportunity for Sewanee students at Yale

October 26, 2010
A new program offers select Sewanee students the opportunity to spend a full semester plus the adjacent summer at the Yale Child Study Center. Students will work closely with a Yale faculty mentor in conducting a research project.

Dr. Sherry Hamby to serve on Expert Panel for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

September 28, 2010
Dr. Hamby will be one of 15 experts from around the country who will be in Atlanta in October to update two documents for the CDC's Division of Violence Prevention of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.

Chetna Chandrasekaran invited to present her research at international conference

September 12, 2010
While at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference sponsored by the University of New Hampshire in July, Chetna was invited to present her poster [research conducted with Dr. Sherry Hamby] at the 15th International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma in San Diego by Dr. Bob Geffner, conference head.

Dr. Sherry Hamby and Kaki Nix ‘10 research with Swiss colleagues

September 8, 2010
International collaboration in understanding cultural similarities and differences relevant to adapting a U.S. dating violence prevention program to Francophone Switzerland.

Dr. Al Bardi and Michael Brady ‘09: Shy people use instant messaging

July 24, 2010
Loneliness and other motives were found to explain the use of instant messaging by shy people … an article in the July 2010 issue of Computers in Human Behavior.

Dr. Sherry Hamby and Amy Jackson ‘09: Perceptions of Dating Violence

July 21, 2010
Intimate partner violence is perceived as more serious when it involves a male perpetrator and female victim. Published online 21 July 2010 in Sex Roles.

Dr. Sherry Hamby and students present at International Conference

July 11, 2010
Five presentations at the International Conference on Family Violence & Youth Victimization were based on projects that included Sewanee students.

Dr. Helen Bateman and two students present at APS

May 28, 2010
Research from the Development and Community Research Group was presented at the May 2010 meetings of APS.

Graduation 2010

May 16, 2010
27 received either a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology on May 16, 2010.

New Members of Psi Chi

May 5, 2010
Students earning membership in Psi Chi were inducted at the end-of-the-year departmental luncheon.

Seven to receive their degrees with Honors in Psychology

May 5, 2010
The Department is pleased to announce that the work in psychology of seven senior majors has been deemed of sufficient merit to award their degrees with Honors in Psychology.

Six posters, one prize-winning, and a paper at Scholarship Sewanee

April 15, 2010
Six of the posters and one of the papers at the April 15, 2010 Scholarship Sewanee involved research conducted by ten psychology majors.

Five papers at the Southeastern Psychological Association conference

March 10, 2010
Eight students and three faculty were involved in presentations at the March 2010 SEPA meetings in Chattanooga.

Two Seniors Earn Distinction on the Psychology Comprehensive Examinations

March 3, 2010
Two members of the class of 2010 had excellent performance on the essays submitted in February.

Dr. Sherry Hamby is the founding editor of the latest addition to the APA Journals

February 19, 2010
"Psychology of Violence", whose first issue will appear in 2011, will be edited by Sherry Hamby, Research Associate Professor of Psychology.

External Review of the Psychology Department

February 17, 2010
The External Review Panel report recently received is based on the January 2010 visit by three psychologists from distinguished national liberal arts colleges.

Dr. Sherry Hamby: Study finds high rates of childhood exposure to violence and abuse in U.S.

October 7, 2009
U.S. children are routinely exposed to more violence and abuse than has been previously recognized, with nearly half experiencing a physical assault in the study year of 2008. Caregivers and youth were interviewed about the experiences of 4,549 children ages 0 to 17.

Three students present at the ACA-UNCA Undergraduate Research Symposium

September 9, 2009
Three psychology majors presented their research at the September 2009 Symposium held in Ashville.

Graduation 2009

May 10, 2009
27 received either a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology on May 10, 2009

New Members of Psi Chi

May 1, 2009
Students earning membership in Psi Chi were inducted at a chapter meeting.

Distinguished Performance on the Psychology Comprehensive Examinations by Five

February 18, 2009
Five members of the class of 2009 had excellent performance on the essays submitted in January.

Dr. Sherry Hamby appointed Associate Editor

February 1, 2009
Dr. Hamby's primary responsibilities are for data analysis for the journal Psychological Trauma, which will launch in March 2009.

Senior Psychology Majors and Psychology Faculty Celebrate

January 16, 2009
Rather than delivering their comprehensive examination essays to faculty offices, the senior psychology majors were asked to bring them to the EQB Building at 5 p.m. on Friday, January 16. A celebration dinner for senior Psychology Majors, their guests, and Psychology Department faculty followed at that location.

Dr. Nicole Barenbaum: Associate Editor of Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences

January 1, 2009
Dr. Nicole Barenbaum, Professor of Psychology, has been appointed Associate Editor with responsibility for book reviews.

Sophomore Jay Hill has Article Accepted for Publication

October 10, 2008
A Fall 2007 research project in the Research Methods course has been published in the October 2008 issue of a web-based journal.

Dr. Helen Bateman and students present research at the APS Convention

May 22, 2008
Four student members of the Psychology Department's Development and Community Research Group presented their research.

Graduation 2008

May 11, 2008
28 received a B.A. in Psychology on May 11, 2008

New Members of Psi Chi

April 24, 2008
Students earning membership in Psi Chi were inducted at the end-of-the-year departmental luncheon.

Nine psychology posters included in Scientific Sewanee 2008

April 17, 2008
Student projects from both the Research Methods and the Social Psychology courses were presented at Scientific Sewanee 2008.

Three Seniors Earn Distinction on the Psychology Comprehensive Examinations

February 20, 2008
From the class of 2008, three had excellent performance on the essays submitted in January.

Graduation 2007

May 13, 2007
36 received either a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology on May 13, 2007.

Eight Research Methods projects presented as posters at Scientific Sewanee

April 26, 2007
Students in Associate Professor of Psychology Karen Yu's class in Research Methods concluded their projects with a poster presentation.

Distinguished Performance on the Psychology Comprehensive Examinations by Four

February 7, 2007
Four members of the class of 2007 had excellent performance on the essays written on two January afternoons.

Dr. Nicole Barenbaum presents two historical papers in personality

August 31, 2005
Professor Barenbaum delivered papers at the annual meetings of Cheiron (June) and of the American Psychological Association (August).