Layaly Hamayel, a first-year graduate student in the Masters in Developmental Psychology Program, has received a grant from the Fulbright Scholar Program. Hamayel worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Community and Public Health in Palestine for three years prior to coming to Illinois State University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, graduating with
The Department of Psychology and the Institute for Prospective Cognition (IPC) will present a talk, titled “The Persistence of Processing: Prospective Context Effects in Visual Word Recognition,” with Gregory B. Simpson Friday, September 23, at 2 p.m. in the Prairie Center Room at the Bone Student Center. Simpson is the dean of the College of
Jade Spaulding, a first-year graduate student in the clinical-counseling psychology program, is a 2016 recipient of the Donald F. McHenry Fellowship.
Heather M. Calkins, a first-year graduate student in the doctoral program in school psychology, is a 2016 recipient of the Illinois State University Foundation Fellowship.
The spring issue of the Redbird Scholar has been published.
From immigration and employment, to terrorism and loss of patriotic pride, savvy politicians can employ messages to stir fear (and offer themselves as the solution).
The following summaries of books authored or edited by Illinois State faculty appear in the fall 2016 print issue of the Redbird Scholar.
Kharisma Thomas said she spent thousands of hours on Illinois State’s website. A bit of an exaggeration, but she’s that excited about starting her first year on campus.
Not a terribly popular thing to say around a table of foster parents. Meyer’s next sentence was even more powerful: If they were looking for someone to transform the U.S. child welfare system—starting with their Midwestern nonprofit—she could do it. Fifteen years later, Meyer has stayed true to her word as CEO of Anu Family
Christine Mitchell-Endsley, Ph.D. ’03, earned the 2016 Illinois School Psychologists Association Ted Smith Practitioner of the Year award.