Department of Psychology Diversity Award
The Department of Psychology Diversity Award was established to recognize outstanding graduate students engaged in research that contributes to better understanding of psychological topics related to diversity, broadly defined. The ciriteria are: innovative research questions in the field of diversity science, innovative methods for studying diversity, efforts to broaden the impact of psychological science and theoryto underrepresented groups, integrating undergraduate researchers into diversity research, and efforts to improve the visibility of underrepresented groups in Psychology, either at the University or national level.
Professor Nicole Allen presented the first Department of Psychology Diversity Award to Qianqi "Chelsea" Song at the department's awards program on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Chelsea received the award for her research entitled, "Diversity Shrinkage: Cross-Validating Pareto-Optimal Weights to Enhance Diversity Via Hiring Practices." The research was conducted in collaboration with Serena Wee (Ph.D.'10), Assistant Professor at Singapore Management University, and Professor Daniel Newman (I/O Division).
Click on the title to check out these pictures from the classroom remodeling project in the basement. A second project to replace the elevators will begin in September. Beginning with the freight elevator, each elevator will be out of service for three months. To get quickly from one floor to another, and improve your fitness, we will encourage the use of the stairs. The repainting of the northeast stairwell has been completed, and the painter is starting on the southwest stairwell.
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