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Matt Anderson, an instructor in the Department of Psychological Sciences and 2020 Teacher of the Year in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, discussed how simulations can be used to make statistical concepts more tangible for students on a recent episode of the Tea for Teaching podcast. The Tea for Teaching podcast is a series of informal discussions of innovative and effective practices in teaching and learning. Listen to this episode.
Ann Huffman, professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences and the WA Franke College of Business, co-authored with NAU alumni, Kristine Olson, the article, “The relationship between mentor support experiences and STEM graduate student career optimism” published in Career Development International. The article examines the role that mentorship and gender have in graduate students’ career optimism. The findings of the study provide evidence that mentor support experiences are significantly linked to career optimism via self-efficacy and school satisfaction… Read more
The Department of Psychological Sciences is pleased to announce the recipients of two of its awards available to students in the Master of Arts in Psychological Sciences degree program.
Vicki Green Psychological Sciences Thesis Award
This scholarship is endowed by Vicki Green, Ph.D., a department faculty member from 1995 to 2005, and now a faculty emeritus. There are two recipients of this scholarship.
Morgan Jernigan, a second-year student in the program, is conducting research designed to increase the field’s understanding… Read more