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  • Ng Published

    Brandon Ng, visiting assistant professor of psychology, published the article, "Over-Rating Pain is Overrated: A Fundamental Self-Other Bias in Pain Reporting Behavior" in The Journal of Pain.

  • Kochel Published

    Karen Puccia Kochel, associate professor of psychology, published the article, "Empirically Derived Psychological Profiles of College Students: Differential associations with COVID-19 Impact and Social Adjustment" in Emerging Adulthood.

  • Singal Gives Profs & Pints Talk

    Jack Singal, associate professor of physics, delivered a public talk "All the Light in the Universe” covering the James Webb Space Telescope and modern astrophysics as part of the Profs & Pints lecture series.

  • Kochel Published

    Karen Puccia Kochel, associate professor of psychology, published the chapter, "Can Friends also be Foes?" in the book, Peer Relationships in Classroom Management.

  • Manganaro Published

    Thomas Manganaro, assistant professor of English, published the book, Against Better Judgment: Irrational Action and Literary Invention in the Long Eighteenth Century with the University of Virginia Press.

  • Manganaro Awarded

    Thomas Manganaro, assistant professor of English, was awarded the Walker Cowen Prize for outstanding work of scholarship in eighteenth-century studies for his the book, Against Better Judgment: Irrational Action and Literary Invention in the Long Eighteenth Century.

  • Mishra Selected

    Maruti Mishra, Trawick Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology, was selected as a board member for the Vision Science Student Postdoc Advisory Committee, part of the Annual Vision Science Society meeting. 

  • Mishra Awarded

    Maruti Mishra, Trawick Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology, was awarded a fully funded scholarship and travel Award to attend the 2022 ERP Bootcamp at Center for Mind and Brain sponsored by National Science Foundation. Mishra was one of 35 participants selected to attend the conference. Mishra was also awarded a travel scholarship to present work at the Psychonomic Society's 2022 Leading Edge Workshop.

  • Jacobsen Published

    Kathryn H. Jacobsen, William E. Cooper Distinguished University Chair and professor of health studies, published the article, "Anxiety and School Absenteeism Without Permission Among Adolescents in 69 Low- and Middle-Income Countries" published in Dialogues in Health.

  • Parish Published

    Carol Parish, Floyd D. and Elisabeth S. Gottwald Professor of Chemistry, published "Words Matter: On the Debate over Free Speech, Inclusivity, and Academic Excellence" in The Journal of Phsyical Chemistry Letters. The article makes the case for the importance of equity and inclusion in science.

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