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Caitlin Fausey, PhD

Two Awards for Dr. Fausey

Dr. Caitlin Fausey brings home two prestigious awards! First, Dr. Fausey received a Grammy research award for a project that she is working on with graduate student Jenny Mendoza and undergraduate student Sabrina Haskinson. This project focuses on characterizing the auditory world of infants. Read ...
Awards

Award-winning Psychology Graduate Students!

Our wonderful psychology graduate students have taken home several recent awards! First up, congratulations to the following students who won departmental awards: Jessica Kosie, recipient of the Beverly Fagot Dissertation Fellowship Jessica Flannery and Lauren Khan, recipients of the Norman D. ...

Welcome to Our Newest Faculty Member, Rob Chavez!

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Robert Chavez will be joining our department next year as an Assistant Professor in the social-personality area. Dr. Chavez studies how we think about ourselves and others, how those two types of thinking interact, and how they are represented in the brain. He ...

Quack Chats featuring Dr. Paul Slovic

Dr. Paul Slovic will be giving a “Quack Chats” talk on Wednesday, April 26th at 6:00PM. The event will take place in the Falling Sky Pizzeria on campus (in the Erb Memorial Student Union building). Dr. Slovic will be discussing his work on the emotional ‘numbing’ that is ...
Department of Psychology

28th Annual Fred Attneave Lecture, featuring Dr. Mara Mather

The 28th Annual Fred Attneave Lecture will be taking place Friday, April 21st at 2:30PM in room 101 of the Jaqua Academic Center. This year’s speaker will be Dr. Mara Mather, PI of the Emotion and Cognition Lab and Professor of Gerontology and Psychology at the Leonard Davis School of ...

Psychology’s Graduation Ceremony Information

When:  Monday, June 19th, 2017 at 12:30 p.m. Where:  EMU Green (Grassy area located between the north end of Straub Hall and the EMU) Tickets for Psychology’s Ceremony:  Not required.  Seating is first-come, first-served.  ADA seating is by reservation ...

Professor Freyd’s Work is Focal Point of Sociology Conference

The 88th annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association featured Dr. Jennifer Freyd’s work as the conference theme. “Institutional Betrayal: Inequity, Discrimination, Bullying, and Retaliation in Academia” includes thematic panel discussions on institutional betrayal, a ...
Awards

Psychology Graduate Students Receive UO Awards

Several of our graduate students received well-deserved awards from the University of Oregon. Congratulations to the following winners!: Michelle Fong, recipient of the Betty Foster McCue Fellowship for Human Performance and Development and recipient of the UO Disseration Fellowship Katherine ...

Psychology Graduate Students Win NSF Awards

The National Science Foundation afforded the University of Oregon 6 graduate research fellowships this year, and psychology graduate students took home 3 of them. Congratulations to Krista DeStasio, Sarah Horn, and Jonathan Saunders on their well-deserved awards!    
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