Catherine Bagwell (Ph.D. Psychology & Neuroscience ’97) and Julie MacEvoy (Ph.D., Psychology & Neuroscience ’07) had a feature story published in the Boston Globe on September 2, 2012: How kids make friends – and why it matters.
Thema Bryant-Davis (Psychology: Social & Health Sciences ’95), Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Culture and Trauma Research Lab at Pepperdine University, has been named president of the Society for the Psychology of Women.
Xing Zong (Ph.D. Physics ‘10) was awarded the William J. Griffiths University Service Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Global Community. This award honors graduating students whose service and contributions have significantly influenced University life.
Marco Deyasi (Art, Art History & Visual Studies Ph.D., ‘07) presented “Ethnographic Sculpture and the Complexities of Race: The Cultural Politics of Charles Cordier, Theodore Riviere, and Auguste Rodin,” as part of a panel on Sculpture and Race, 1750-Present, at the annual co
The inaugural meeting of the Graduate School Board of Visitors convened on March 5, 2010. Establishing a Board of Visitors has been one of Dean Jo Rae Wright’s priorities during her tenure and signals a milestone for the Graduate School.