Mentee Tylar Schmitt received the Maury Pathfinder Undergraduate Prize for her honors thesis on web-based interpretation bias training and intolerance of uncertainty. Way to go, Tylar!
Mentee Tylar Schmitt will be joining the Program for Internet Delivered Interventions on LGBTQA+ Mental Health at Western Psychiatric Hospital as a research coordinator in June. Congrats, Tylar!
The Virginia Board of Psychology has adopted a guidance document that now recognizes graduates of PCSAS-accredited doctoral programs as eligible for licensure as clinical psychologists. Many thanks to the Board and everyone who supported this effort!
I was pleased to discuss my dissertation plans on the WaterCooler Neuroscience podcast in a series on our lab. See also episodes with Alex Werntz, PhD; María Larrazábal, MS; and Bethany Teachman, PhD.
The annual meeting of the Society for Digital Mental Health was held virtually on June 13-14, 2022, with keynotes by Tanzeem Choudhury, PhD, and David Clark, DPhil. View the program and OSF Meetings page.
Bethany Teachman, PhD, Alex Werntz, PhD, and I thank the Virginia Board of Psychology for considering our March 15, 2022, presentation on recognizing graduates of PCSAS-accredited doctoral programs as eligible for licensure as clinical psychologists.
Katie Daniel and I organized the virtual 2021 Huskey Graduate Research Exhibition. Presenters participated in workshops on science communication and open scholarship. View videos and the OSF Meetings page.
Tyler Wake, Katie Daniel, and I announced recipients of the Spring 2021 Graduate Student Council Research Grant across the sciences and humanities.