Student News: Critical Social/Personality Psychology
Students in the Graduate Center's Critical Social/Personality Psychology track have won several fellowships and awards this spring.
Stephanie Anderson has received two awards for her dissertation research, “(Dis)entangling Sexual Orientation, Gender Nonconformity and Race in Dynamics of Antigay Prejudice: An Intersectional Approach”: the Graduate Center Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship as well as the Society for the Psychology of Women (Division 35) Janet Hyde Graduate Student Research Grant.
Andrew Cory Greene won the Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship for his proposed Alternative to Incarceration and Higher Education Intervention to support urban youth in New York City. He also was awarded a 2014 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Alexis Halkovic won a Provost’s Summer Research Award for her project “Brandishing a Weapon: The Social Significance of Guns in American Culture.”
Gaurav Jashnani won an ARC Student Research Praxis Award for 2014-15 for his proposed research project, “Collateral Damage and Embodied Consequences: Assessing the Impacts of Order Maintenance Policing on New York City Residents.”
Wen Liu and Dist. Prof. Michelle Fine won the PSC-CUNY 45 Research Award for 2014-2016 for their research project, “On the Grounds of Transnational LGBTQ Movements in the US, Taiwan, and China: Public Archive, Psychological Wellbeing, and Activist Expertise.” Wen Liu also received the Advanced Research Collaborative Knickerbocker Award for Archival Research in American Studies for her research activities in the next year.
Akemi Nishida has been awarded a CUNY Dissertation Fellowship and an AAUW International Fellowship.
Submitted on: JUN 11, 2014
Category: Psychology, Student News