Haley Potts selected for two American Psychology-Law Society’s Committees

Haley Potts was elected as the clinical representative of the Student Committee of the American Psychology-Law Society for the second year in a row. In this role, Haley represents clinical students and their interests by creating programming and resources (such as databases of forensic internships and postdocs). Haley was also selected as the student member of the […]

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Ashley Peck was nominated the Communication Officer for the American Psychology-Law Society’s (AP-LS) Student Committee

Ashley Peck was nominated the Communication Officer for the American Psychology-Law Society’s (AP-LS) Student Committee. She is primarily responsible for the upkeep of the Student Committee’s social media accounts and general engagement.  Cheers Ashley!! […]

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Partnership Grant of 1.1 Million from HRSA

Drs. Rebecca Allen, Jim Hamilton, and Matt Jarrett, along with psychologists and social workers across campus, received a $1.1 million grant from HRSA entitled, “Deep South Comprehensive Graduate Psychology Training Pipeline: Substance and Opioid Use (SUD/OUD) Assessment and Brief Treatment” A partnership between four colleges, Whatley Health Services, and Capstone Rural Health Center, this training […]

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Dr. Parmelee received the APA Division 20 (Adult Development and Aging) Mentor ship Award.

Congratulations to our own Dr. Pat Parmlee on winning the Mentorship Award in Aging.  This award is presented to an individual who has consistently provided support, guidance and strong direction to undergraduate and graduate students in aging and adult development. This individual might be someone who resides at a liberal arts institution or college that […]

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Dr. Stoppelbein awarded grant at Autism Clinic

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Dr. Laura Stoppelbein has just been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention through the Children’s Trust Fund to support the “Serving and Enhancing Resilient Families” program at the Autism Clinic.  The clinic will be running online and in-clinic parent support and behavior management groups for parents of […]

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Amber M. Ingram awarded the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

Congratulations to our own Amber Ingram! On April 16th at the B&A Warehouse in Birmingham, AL Amber received the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship! The ASF is a non-profit organization that gives a small stipend to a select number of graduate students to create a community-based service project that seeks to address the physical and/or mental needs […]

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Congratulations Dr. Allen on receiving the Senior Scholar award

Congratulations to our own Dr. Rebecca Allen for  being selected to receive a 2019 President’s Faculty Research award.  The Senior Scholar award in the area of Social & Behavioral Sciences will be presented at the Faculty Research Day April 17, 2019. Congratulations on this well-deserved honor Dr. Allen we look forward to celebrating your achievement! […]

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