PsyD Students to Present at APA

Margaret Podkova, Sarah Hersey, and Bryan Clarke, PsyD students and former Support Group for Ethnic and Racial Diversity (SERD) members, will present their dissertation research at the 2014 American Psychological Association Convention in Washington, D.C., August 7-10. All three presentations are co-authored with Gargi Roysircar, their advisor and AUNE professor of clinical psychology. Find more details here.

Congratulations Margaret, Sarah, and Bryan!

  • Margaret Podkova will present a poster with Division 41 (Psychology 41) titled Correctional Officers’ Knowledge of Mental Illness and its Relationship with Self-Efficacy.
  • Sarah Hersey will present a poster with Division 46 (Society for Media Psychology and Technology) titled Anorexia Nervosa: Benefits of Recovery-Oriented Websites.
  • Bryan Clarke will present a poster with Division 37 (Child and Family Policy and Practice) titled Parents’ Perceptions and Awareness of Cyberbullying of Children and Adolescents.
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