Recent Drexel Psychology Student Awards
June 1, 2018
Stephanie Goldstein was awarded the CoAS Post-candidacy Research Excellence Award which is presented to graduate students who have completed innovative research that has been widely disseminated with a significant impact on the field. She was also awarded the CoAS Outstanding Dissertation Award for her project titled, "Comparing Effectiveness and User Behaviors of Two Versions of a Just-In-Time Adaptive Weight Loss Smartphone App".
Helen Burton Murray
Helen Burton Murray is a third-year doctoral student, working under the mentorship of Adrienne Juarascio, PhD. Her research interests include the development and evaluation of methods to detect and treat individuals with eating disorders, feeding disorders, and functional gastrointestinal conditions. In recognition of her innovative research and scholarship, the College of Arts and Sciences nominated Helen for the Graduate College's Research Excellence Award competition. The Graduate College selected Helen as the Research Excellence Award recipient in the pre-candidacy category. Helen received the award at Graduate Student Day on Thursday, May 31, 2018
Victoria Grunberg, a clinical psychology PhD candidate mentored by Pamela Geller, PhD, was awarded American Psychological Foundation’s Ungerleider/Zimbardo Travel Scholarship for the 2018 APA convention. She will present a project stemming from her thesis entitled "When Two Becomes Three: Couple Functioning Among NICU Parents" at the APA convention in August in San Francisco, CA.