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Alumni Profile: Kayla Clark

  Thursday, December 06, 2018
— On track to pursue her master's degree in psychology, Kayla Clark '18 saw her future change when her dance professor Christie McCall opened her eyes to other possibilities. Read the full story below.  

A Labor of Love

  Monday, October 08, 2018
— Rather than spending her summer at the beach, Dr. Michelle Lange was hard at work launching a nonprofit organization. The new venture, named Pay it For Her, is an anonymous crowdfunding platform that allows people to make donations that are then ...

Research Spotlight: Elizabeth Cloude

  Wednesday, May 16, 2018
— Name Elizabeth Cloude Hometown Essex, Virginia Major Psychology Graduation Year 2016 Faculty Mentor Leslie Rollins Elizabeth Cloude is the co-author of "Development of mnemonic discrimination during childhood," in the June 2018 issue of the ...

Research Spotlight: Scottie Scott, Carol Thompson and Ashley McHenry

  Thursday, March 29, 2018
— Names Scottie Scott '18 Psychology Carol Thompson '18 Psychology Ashley McHenry '20 Psychology Faculty Mentor Dr. Shelia Greenlee, Psychology Dr. Dorothy Doolittle, Psychology Scottie Scott, Carol Thompson and Ashley McHenry presented ...

Research Spotlight: Ayesha Ferozpuri, Harris Franken and Isabelle Clough

  Thursday, March 29, 2018
— Names Ayesha Ferozpuri '19, Arlington, Virginia Psychology and neuroscience Robert "Harris" Franken '18, Alexandria, Virginia Psychology Isabelle Clough '18, Crownsville, Maryland Psychology and sociology Faculty Mentor Dr. Laurie S. Hunter, ...

Research Spotlight: Elizabeth Cloude

  Wednesday, March 28, 2018
— Name Elizabeth Cloude Major Psychology Graduation Year 2016 Faculty Mentor Dr. Leslie Rollins, Psychology Elizabeth Cloude co-authored "Affective change greater for unpleasant than pleasant events in autobiographical memory of children and ...

Student Profile: Briana Bouldin

  Thursday, August 10, 2017
— As a rising senior psychology major, Briana Bouldin has pursued leadership roles in many worthwhile endeavors, most notably as orientation student director for Setting Sail freshman orientation. “I oversee the Crew Leaders for Setting ...

Alumna Wins Teaching Excellence Award

  Wednesday, March 29, 2017
  Alumni, News
— DaShawn White '10 is the winner of the ETHOS Excellence Award from Success Academy Charter Schools, a network of 41 free public K-12 schools in New York City that enrolls 14,000 students, primarily low-income children of color. The ETHOS award ...

CNU's National Alliance on Mental Illness Chapter Hosts Panel

  Wednesday, November 30, 2016
— Christopher Newport’s National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) chapter is a student organization committed to promoting mental health awareness and advocacy and reducing the stigma faced by those who struggle with mental ...

Happier Students are More Engaged Students

  Thursday, October 20, 2016
— Traditionally, when it comes to mental health, there’s a tendency to focus on problems like anxiety and depression, and interventions are designed to eliminate the symptoms and fix the problems. The underlying assumption is that if ...

Dr. Kelly Cartwright Awarded $270,000 Grant for Reading Comprehension Project

  Friday, August 26, 2016
— Dr. Kelly Cartwright, Professor of Psychology, was awarded a four-year, $270,000 grant from the Institute of Education Sciences for a project called Language, Executive Functioning Skills, and Reading for eNgagement (LEARN). The project ...

Mastery Through Mentorship

  Tuesday, September 01, 2015
— The two psychology professors have seen a lot and been a part of countless undergraduate lives, teaching and training students in a wide array of courses and research methods. Their latest endeavor combines all that experience with a crucial ...

A Captain's Viewpoint: On Service

  Tuesday, September 01, 2015
— My parents always enforced the value and necessity of helping others. From a young age I not only enjoyed service but felt I could make an impact. When I heard about the Bonner Service Scholars Program, I had found my way. Launched in 1989 at ...
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