Congratulations to clinical program doctoral student, Maya Cook whose first-authored poster, "Father Involvement and Depressive Symptoms in a Diverse, Low-Income Sample of Unmarried Mothers" has been awarded a prize by APA Division 37 (Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice)! This award comes with a small cash prize as well as recognition during the awards ceremony at the APA Virtual Convention this week. Co-authors were undergraduate student Sean Duane, recent B.A. psych graduate Lindsey Siff, grad student Barunie Kim, and faculty member Dr. Christina Gee. Congratulations to all!
Please join us in congratulating Clinical psychology doctoral student, Ben Parchem, on his first-authored publication, "Perceptions of power and sexual pleasure associated with sexual behaviour profiles among Latino sexual minority men"! His co-authors include several Clinical and Applied Social alums and faculty. Congrats to all!
Benjamin Parchem, Rodrigo A. Aguayo-Romero, Ana María del Río-González, Sarah K. Calabrese, Paul J. Poppen & Maria Cecilia Zea (2020) Perceptions of power and sexual pleasure associated with sexual behaviour profiles among Latino sexual minority men, Culture, Health & Sexuality, DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2020.1781263
Congratulations to Clinical Psychology program alum, Dr. Farzana Saleem, who recently accepted an Assistant Professor position in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. Dr. Saleem is currently a University of California Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCLA. We are so proud of you, Farzana!