@#%$ Your Sorry: Black Womxns’ Reflection on the APA’s Formal Apology

2022-09-21T14:37:47-07:00

Clinical Psychology faculty Dr. Konjit Page and four Fielding clinical psychology graduate students (Tahlia Bragg, Donica Harper, Brianna Downey, and Sheila Turner) were the winners of the American Psychological Association's 2022 Stuart C. Tentoni Outstanding Professional Development Program Award. The award is provided by APAGS (the graduate student arm of APA, representing 1/3 of all APA membership) and honors the best professional development student presentation at the APA convention. This is a high honor and comes with a monetary award of $500 for the students.  @#%$ Your Sorry: Black Womxns' Reflection on the APA's Formal Apology Tahlia Bragg, Dr. [...]

@#%$ Your Sorry: Black Womxns’ Reflection on the APA’s Formal Apology2022-09-21T14:37:47-07:00

Fielding Four Receive Prestigious Research Awards at APA 2022

2022-08-23T12:39:54-07:00

The American Psychological Association held its annual convention virtually and in-person on August 3-6, 2022 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Four Fielding School of Psychology students were recognized with APA Research Awards.   Erinn Cameron Clinical psychology PhD student Erinn Cameron received a research award at the APA 2022 conference. The APA division that granted the award is the Research Council of the Society for Prescribing Psychology (APA division 55). Click on the thumbnail below for Erinn's poster presentation. This research is based in part on Erinn's dissertation data.  RESEARCH: Cannabis Delivery Method Usage Patterns and Preferences for Women with [...]

Fielding Four Receive Prestigious Research Awards at APA 20222022-08-23T12:39:54-07:00

Clinical Psychologist Konjit Page, Ph.D., Makes APA Editor’s Choice

2022-08-09T14:36:18-07:00

Konjit Page, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist and Fielding faculty, Konjit Page, Ph.D., had a recent article selected for the prestigious APA Editor's Choice newsletter. APA’s Editor’s Choice Newsletter offers a free, bi-weekly compilation of APA Journal articles selected as outstanding, noteworthy, and impactful for the field by APA Journal editors. Dr. Page's article, "Creating space for ourselves: Black sexual minority women and gender diverse individuals countering anti-Black racism and heterosexism," explores the experiences of identity validation and/or conflict within Black and sexual- and gender-diverse community spaces. The following is from the abstract of this important research. In this qualitative [...]

Clinical Psychologist Konjit Page, Ph.D., Makes APA Editor’s Choice2022-08-09T14:36:18-07:00

Alum Lawrence Drake, Ph.D., Appointed Bethune-Cookman University Interim President

2022-06-19T17:08:53-07:00

Media Psychology Program alum Dr. Lawrence Drake, II, appointed Interim President at Bethune-Cookman University. Lawrence M. Drake II, Ph.D. According to Ormond Beach Observer, Drake currently serves as Dean of B-CU’s College of Business and Entrepreneurship and has been instrumental in designing and co-sponsoring the University’s strategic review process, “Re-Imagining B-CU: Now, Next and Beyond.” Drake will continue serving as CBE’s dean in his new interim role. Drake enjoyed an impressive 21-year career with The Coca-Cola Company, where he held several key positions, including Division President & CEO of Nigeria and Equatorial Africa Division. This role included global [...]

Alum Lawrence Drake, Ph.D., Appointed Bethune-Cookman University Interim President2022-06-19T17:08:53-07:00

Announcing Karen Dill-Shackleford — incoming editor of APA’s Psychology of Popular Media

2020-07-01T10:15:23-07:00

Karen Dill-Shackleford, PhD The American Psychological Association (APA) selected Karen Dill-Shackleford, PhD, as the incoming editor of Psychology of Popular Media. The APA journal, Psychology of Popular Media, focuses on peer-reviewed research into popular culture and general media influences on individual, group, and system behavior. [Read APA Editor Spotlight] It’s easy to trivialize popular media. But, the fact is, many of our pressing social problems play out in those spaces. If we understand their dynamics, we can help make things better." Karen Dill-Shackleford, PhD, is doctoral faculty in Media Psychology at Fielding Graduate University's School of Psychology. Dr. Shackleford [...]

Announcing Karen Dill-Shackleford — incoming editor of APA’s Psychology of Popular Media2020-07-01T10:15:23-07:00
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