AAPI May Newsletter

It’s your favorite Heritage Newsletter distributor coming back to you with the AAPI May Newsletter. There are three heritages that we’ll be celebrating this month, the first of which being Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. Special thanks to our students Joo Young Yang and Tim Ly for their hard work on this […]

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Honors Day 2021

We were so proud to honor our students for the wonderful achievements this year! To watch our ceremony that was done via Zoom, please follow the links below (passcode required): Undergraduate Awards Graduate Awards Our undergraduate students were also recognized on the College of Arts and Sciences’ Virtual Honors Week website. […]

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Irish American Heritage Month Newsletter

As promised, I’m back with the second March installment of our Heritage Month Newsletter series. This second newsletter is in honor of Irish American Heritage Month and was put together by our very own Kelly Doudell and Lauren Meaux. I personally am a big fan of the clickable pictures (they link to the actual recipes!) and […]

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Building Bridges Online Conference

The Building Bridges Online Conference will be held March 2–4, 2021, and will focus on enhancing interest in geropsychology at all levels. Participants This free, working conference is open to all those interested in advancing geropsychology – students/trainees, geropsychologists, and colleagues with ideas to share. Conference Supporters GSA’s Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education American Board […]

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Woman’s History Month Newsletter

Unfortunately, Black History Month has come to a close; however, that opens up room for more Heritage Celebrations! The first of our Heritage Month Newsletters for the month of March is in celebration of Women’s History Month. We had a powerhouse team of women from our department completing this newsletter (which, considering the demographics of […]

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Free Virtual Memory Screening

The University of Alabama Geropsychology Clinic is serving the community during these difficult times by offering free and confidential memory screenings to members of the public who are 50 and older. Memory screenings will be held virtually using Zoom, a free online interactive video technology. Screenings are conducted by graduate student psychologists who will provide […]

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Congratulations to Jalen Moreno for Fellowship Win

Jalen Moreno, a junior in our Honor’s Program, won a competitive fellowship through Div 41, the American Psychology-Law Society. Faculty recruit students from underrepresented backgrounds interested in forensic psych and nominate them for the program. The purpose of the Access Path to Psychology and Law Experience (AP) program is to increase diversity within psychology and […]

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Rebecca Revilla Selected as Fellow for the LEAD Institute

Our own Rebecca Revilla has been selected as a fellow for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (SCCAP/APA Division 53) Leadership Education to Advance Diversity (LEAD) Institute! The LEAD Institute Fellow Award recognizes demonstrated commitment to leadership while providing new training and networking opportunities to promote potential future leaders within SCCAP.  As Dr. Erlanger […]

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Danielle McDuffie Awarded American Psychological Association Division 12 (Clinical Psychology) Student Service Award

Dr. Rebecca Allen, chair of the psychology department, recently shared some good news: “I’m thrilled to announce that Danielle McDuffie was just awarded the American Psychological Association Division 12 (Clinical Psychology) Student Service Award! Danielle has indeed dedicated herself to service to this department and to the profession. Congratulations, Danielle!”  We are so proud and […]

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