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Welcome to our new Psychological and Brain Sciences graduate students!!
Although this is an unusual school year, our enthusiasm for this new group of graduate students cannot be dampened. Joining the Clinical Psychology program are: David Kalwicz (mentor: Sarah Calabrese), Alana Rule (mentor: Sherry Molock), and Blakely Murphy (mentor: Cindy Rohrbeck). Joining the Applied Social Psychology are Mary Jobe (mentor: Phil Moore) and Stacy Post (mentor: Michelle Stock). And, joining the Cognitive Neuroscience program is Rebeka Almasi (mentor: Myeong Ho Sohn). Welcome to everyone – we look forward to having you as part of the department and getting to know you!
New doctoral students
Faculty and students at our virtual department orientation:

Welcome back to what will surely be a semester like no other! We will be holding our Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (PBS) Colloquium virtually this year. A bonus is that we can have attendees from our community all over the country and the world!
To kick off our series, we will have Dr. Travis Rieder, who will be giving a talk, "Responsible Pain Medicine during an Overdose Epidemic" from 2:30-3:30pm EDT on Friday, September 11, 2020.
Dr. Rieder is a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins University, and the author of the recent book: In Pain: A Bioethicist's Personal Struggle with Opioids. All are welcome. To join,
Travis Reider flyer

The Clinical Ph.D. program congratulates our 2019-2020 graduates with virtual well-wishes in light of the postponed May 2020 Hooding Ceremony. Congrats to Maria Cimporescu, Catherine Coogan, Dave Jean, Rachel Mack Kolsky, Alyssa Poblete, Meagan Ryan, and Makiko Watanabe. We look forward to seeing you back on campus next May for an in person celebration!

Clinical graduates 2020

For more of our virtual send-off, see our Clinical Graduates Tribute Video.


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