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2017 John R. Jombock Award Recipient: Dr. John V. Petrocelli

by August 6, 2017
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Each year, WFU students nominate psychology professors for the John R. Jombock Award in Psychology, which recognizes exceptional student-faculty engagement. This summer it was announced that the 2017 recipient is Dr. John V. Petrocelli – a professor who has a strong track record of going above and beyond for his Read more »

A Rising Star: Former M.A. Student Kira McCabe Shines at The Biennial ARP Conference

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We are happy to report that Kira McCabe, a graduate from our MA program in 2009, was recognized as a Rising Star at a recent ARP conference!  The Association for Research in Personality recognizes up and coming scholars during their Rising Star Symposium each biennial conference. This year Kira McCabe, Read more »

MICHELLE FRANCIS WINS 2017 MELSON OUTSTANDING MASTERS STUDENT AWARD!

by May 1, 2017
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We are excited to announce that Michelle Francis, a second year graduate student in the WFU Psychology Department, is the recipient of the 2017 Melson Outstanding Masters Student Award for 2017. CONGRATULATIONS to Michelle and to her thesis advisor, Dr. Lara Kammrath. Michelle will receive this award during the Read more »

Sharing Opinions: What our professional organizations say about current political policies

by February 8, 2017
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As professors, educators, and social scientists, we DO believe that knowledge is power; that information is liberating; and that education is the premise of progress. In that spirit, as a faculty we decided to share the opinions and positions of the professional organizations to which members of our department belong Read more »

Homecoming breakfast held to thank the Gigler family

by November 3, 2016
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      Saturday, Oct 29.   Homecoming weekend provided an opportunity for the Psychology Department to express our gratitude to Joe and Carol Gigler for their generosity in establishing the John R. Jombock Academic Fund in Psychology, named for Carol’s father.  Mr. and Mrs. Gigler have three children, Kati Read more »

Maggie Gigler Featured in URECA Research Day Story

by October 16, 2013

When Maggie Gigler began her academic journey at Wake Forest, she knew she wanted to major in psychology and then go on to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology. Click here for full story.