Michele Lee was selected by the Office of Minority Health (OMH) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to serve as a 2019 Health Equity Fellow for OMH’s health equity fellowship program, the Youth Health Equity Model of Practice (YHEMOP). By participating in this Model of Practice, Michele Lee will be supporting The University of Chicago/The Center for Asian Health Equity to complete several short-term projects. Michele will work on 1) the Cook County CARES project funded by… Read more
The Rocky Mountain Psychological Association (RMPA) is well known to many students in the Psychological Sciences programs at NAU. Many of them travel to the annual convention to learn from experts in the field and to present research in which they have been involved at NAU. In April, the connection between NAU and RMPA… Read more
Jared received his BA in Psychology in 2013, and is finishing his Master of Arts in Psychological Sciences from Northern Arizona University this May, 2019. In fall 2019, he will be entering a doctoral program in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Portland State University, pursuing a degree in psychology. Although he has varying… Read more
Earlier this month, eight members of the NAU Psychology Club traveled to Denver to attend the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association (RMPA) Conference. Prior to the conference, they participated in a community service project cleaning a local park along with other members from Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology. They found this to be a great way to give back to the community and to interact with students from other institutions. Read more
Three psychological sciences projects were recently announced as recipients of 2019–2020 Hooper Undergraduate Research Awards.
Chandler Barteau, Brooke Cox, and Emma Stanley (Faculty Mentor: Nora Dunbar, Ph.D.)
The Importance of Safe-Spaces for LGBTQ+ Individuals.
Sarah Kline (Faculty Mentor: Chad Woodruff, Ph.D.)
Determining Factors of Beta Enhancement and Suppression.
Dakota Moore (Faculty Mentor: Larry Stevens, Ph.D.)
Cultural Meaningfulness as a Moderator of the Relationship between Compassion and the Experience of Suffering.
Callie received her BS in Psychological Sciences in 2016 and will be completing her MA in Psychological Sciences from Northern Arizona University in May 2019. This fall, she will be entering the doctoral program in the School of Public Health at Indiana University, pursuing a degree in Health Behavior. Callie’s interests are centrally focused on how dimensions of human sexuality Read more