Craig Bryan, along with other colleagues published a study finding that crisis response planning can significantly reduce suicide attempts among veterans and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder patients.
The program, funded by the National Science Foundation, is designed to engage the public and encourage scientists to communicate their findings more broadly.
Erica receives travel award from Women in Cognitive Sciences group.
Jackie Chen has been named an Association for Psychological Science Rising Star.
Liz has been chosen as the winner of the 2017 Society for Researching Child Development Early Career Research Contributions Award.
Andrea Wolfe-Clark was promoted to the rank of Major in the United States Air Force. Andrea is also a graduate student in the Clinical psychology program.
David Strayer was recently invited to participate in the discussion of research and science at the White House Roundtable Public Lands for Public Health.
Katie Baucom in her role as Chair of the Committee on Awards and Recognition for the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies had the pleasure of presenting a mental health advocacy award to Patrick Kennedy during the annual meeting in New York.
Craig Bryan, Director of the National Center for Veterans Studies, educates us about veteran's suicide behavior and PTSD.
Congratulations to Paula and Brian on their publication in Brain and Behavior, which has received extensive media coverage in such outlets as ABC News, LiveScience, Popular Science, Research and Development Magazine, Self magazine, Sleep.org, and the Today Show!
Monisha explains that sharing stories with others helps us find meaning in the experience, but only if the one we are telling the story to is paying attention to what is being said.
The Presidential Scholar award is a prestigious award given out by the University of Utah to recognize excellence and achievement for faculty members at the associate professor level. Congratulations Craig!
In a Deseret News National story entitled “The lasting effects PTSD has on veterans” Craig outlines two types of psychotherapy that are effective in treating PTSD.
Frank Drews and the Human Factors Certificate Program within the Psychology Department have received the University of Utah's Transforming U: Beacons of Excellence award.
The psychology behind the Orlando shooting: there are a lot of factors at play and Doug Wright tries to get to the bottom of it. Dr. Lisa Diamond, Professor of Psychology and Gender Identity at the University of Utah, shares her expertise.
In a new study published in Psychoneuroendocrinology, Dr. Fagundes establishes a connection between anxiety control, inflammation, and Type 2 diabetes.
Rob has been awarded a C-FAHR research award for his project entitled Friends in High Tech Places: The Development and Validation of the Online Social Support Measure. Congratulations Rob!
Kelly and Tessa won for their posters in the Graduate category. Congratulations to Kelly and Tessa!
Craig Bryan is the recipient of the Junior Superior Research Award. Patricia Kerig was chosen as a finalist in the senior faculty category.
Michaela Mozley has received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Congratulations, Michaela!
Kent has been selected to receive an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Congratulations, Kent!
The Journal of Traumatic Stress is the official journal of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS). Patricia will begin her position on January 1, 2017. Congratulations, Patricia!
Tami is finishing up her PhD is Social Psychology and her adviser is Carol Sansone. Here is a description of the 2015 GE Healthcare Surgery President's Award: President’s Awards are given only once per year to recognize outstanding contributions in a calendar year. Tami spent much of 2015 developing a new, statistically valid procedure for trending product complaints. This new technique allows us to recognize problems occurring in the field as early as possible and enables us to take action in order to keep our products operating safely and effectively.
Abby Bossart, who works with Liz Conradt, has been recognized as a student innovator for her work on refugee women’s health, her academic accomplishments, and her dedication to research. Congratulations, Abby!
This is one of the University's most prestigious research awards. Congratulations Cindy!
Jenny Cundiff (Ph.D. 2014) and Matt Cribbet (Ph.D. 2013) have accepted tenure-track faculty positions in the Department of Psychology at Texas Tech. Congratulations Jenny and Matt!
Carol Werner has won the 2016 Alta Sustainability Leadership Award in the Sustainability Research Award category, which “recognizes an individual (student, faculty, or staff member) who is conducting significant interdisciplinary sustainability research.”
This award is one of the highest honors the university has to offer. Congratulations, Tim!
The award recognizes faculty members who are instrumental in inspiring students and fostering their career development. Congratulations, Jeanine!