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We are pleased to announce the winners of our first annual Graduate Student Teaching Awards: Clinical Psychology program student Nick Talisman (Graduate Teaching Award) and Applied Social Psychology student Charlotte Hagerman (Graduate Teaching Assistant Award). Both have shown remarkable dedication and skill in their teaching! They will each receive a certificate acknowledging their accomplishment as well as a $150 stipend. Congrats to both!

Dr. Stephen Mitroff’s undergraduate course called “Science in the District” focuses on how cognitive psychology research plays a role in many real-world professions. Last semester FABBS (Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences) joined Dr. Mitroff and the students on several trips around DC and has produced a series of short videos that highlight how cognitive science can be used to benefit society. The 1st video, which focuses on aviation security, is out! You can see more details (and the video) here:

http://fabbs.org/public-interest/cognitive-psychology-in-the-real-world/

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