"WBRC" Interviewed Dr. Hyemin Han
Throughout the 2020-2021 academic year, numerous graduate students have presented (or will present) their research at various conferences. Due to COVID-19, many conferences have been virtual, but that hasn't stopped our students from continuing their great work. Congratulations to students on their research!
This post will be updated to reflect student presentations during the 2020-2021 academic year, so please check back.
Kaitlyn May wins 1st Place in the University of Alabama's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition!
Six graduate students in the Educational Psychology PhD program received Research Awards at the 2020 Southeastern Universities Graduate Research Symposium (SUGRS).
Mona Anchan, a third year PhD student, received an Outstanding Paper Presentation Award for her paper Adding Marginalization, Subtracting Scores, Multiplying Inequities, Dividing People: Low Math Performance Predictors.
Two other doctoral students, Sarah S. Hughes-Berheim, a second year, and Kaitlyn May, a third year, received Outstanding Poster Presentation Awards for their posters How we teach vocabulary matters: Do gestures used during word learning influence reading? and Neurofunctional Indices of Executive Functioning in Autism Spectrum Disorder respectively.
Three additional PhD students Kelsie J. Dawson, Brian Rivera, and Nahide Gungordu received Poster Presentation Merit Awards for their posters Moral Growth Mindset Measure: Measurement Invariance Among Political Orientations, Neural Basis of Information Transfer in Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Pilot Study, and Infant Development and Cortisol: Partial Evidence of a Dynamic System respectively.
You can find the posters in the slideshow below or download them from their respective links for better resolution.
Congratulations to all award recipients!