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School of Psychology News

Keep up on all the news happening in the School of Psychology.

With ‘Helping Others’ as his Guiding Principle, COPLA Alumnus Finds Fulfilling Career Path
A Q&A with psychology alumnus Jonathan V. Wilson ’98, vice president of organization development and talent management for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Doctoral Students in Clinical Psychology Working with BPS in Innovative Partnership
The need is critical as Brevard Public Schools and districts nationwide deal with a shortage of school counselors.
Expert Perspectives
A compilation of recent College of Psychology and Liberal Arts faculty presentations and publications
Faculty Spotlight: Psychology Assistant Professor Catherine Talbot
From watching Jane Goodall as a child to working with spider monkeys as an adult, Catherine Talbot discusses her career and research journey.
Learning by Doing: Experiential Learning as an Accelerator to Effectiveness
Researchers focus on “guided mindfulness,” which eases the time pressure and cognitive overload associated with learning in the real world.
A Day in the Life of a Florida Tech Scholar-Athlete
Balancing rigorous coursework with a high-level sport is no easy feat. But what does a day in the life of a scholar athlete really look like?
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