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University Community Mourns Death Of A Colleague

The Department of Psychological Science mourns the loss of a colleague this week. Jeannine Skinner, assistant professor of gerontology/psychology in the Department of Psychological Science, passed away at age 35. Nancy Gutierrez, dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Nancy Fey-Yensan, dean of the College of Health and Human Services, have extended their condolences. There... University Community Mourns Death Of A Colleague Read more >>

National Humanitarian Award

Congratulations to Dr. Steven Rogelberg for receiving the Soceity of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Humanitarian Award! For the full article, please click here. National Humanitarian Award Read more >>

Article Featuring Dr. Enrica Ruggs

Congratulations to one of our Assistant Psychology Professors, Dr. Enrica Ruggs, on her research and being featured in one of BBC's articles! To read the article, please click here. Article Featuring Dr. Enrica Ruggs Read more >>

Provost's Awards Reception

Congratulations to Dr. Ryan Kilmer on winning this year's Provost's Award for Community Engagement! UNC-Charlotte recognizes the importance of establishing collaborative relationships of reciprocity and trust with community partners. Faculty "engagement" refers to scholarly, creative, or pedagogical activities conducted in partnership with persons and groups outside the University. Such... Provost's Awards Reception Read more >>

Thank you for everything, Dr. Goolkasian!

After 42 amazing years of dedicated service, Dr. Paula Goolkasian is saying goodbye.  While she was here, she was the Director of Cognitive Science as well as a member of the Health Psychology Ph.D. Program.  While we hope that she relaxes and has some fun, we are so very sad to be losing such an amazing leader!  Dr. Goolkasian helped pave the way for women in science and has been... Thank you for everything, Dr. Goolkasian! Read more >>