News Tag: Education And Psychology

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Julie Posselt interviewed in Psychology Today

Tags: education and psychology, expertise, posselt

In a story in Psychology Today, “Crisis U,” Julie Posselt was interviewed on competitiveness and college student mental health. In research with doctoral candidate Sarah Ketchen-Lipson, she finds “Perceived competitiveness increases by 40 percent the odds of positively screening for depression.”

Monday, July 06, 2015

Research by Matthew Diemer noted in two stories on American Psychological Association’s newsletter

Tags: diemer, education and psychology, expertise

n the July/August Monitor on Psychology, the newsletter of the American Psychological Association, work by Matthew Diemer is cited in two articles, “Fighting Poverty,” and “Eliminating class bias.”

Monday, April 13, 2015

Doctoral student writes about “impostor syndrome” in Inside Higher Ed column

Tags: doctoral, education and psychology

Stephen J. Aguilar, a doctoral student in the Combined Program in Education and Psychology, has written an essay about graduate study, “We Are Not Impostors,” on the website of Inside Higher Ed.

Monday, July 01, 2013

Loren Marulis awarded National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship

Tags: awards, current students, education and psychology

The Dissertation Fellowship Program is part of the National Academy of Education’s effort to encourage outstanding new scholars from many disciplines to bring their insights to bear on issues related to education. Only 25 fellows were chosen from over 400 applications from students at over 100 graduate institutions.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

U.S. News & World Report releases 2014 rankings: SOE recognized for top programs

Tags: community, education and psychology, educational studies, elementary education, higher education, secondary education

The 2014 U.S. News & World Report rankings of graduate programs in education were released earlier today, and the University of Michigan School of Education continues to be recognized for its academic excellence and strong reputation amongst its peers.

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