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Faculty Feature: Dr. Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling

   August 31, 2019

Dr. Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, or Dr. L-R for short, is no stranger to academia. Dr. L-R has been dedicated to research, teaching, and clinical-community capacity building for three decades. Across that time, she has amassed over 175 publications and given more than 250 invited talks, presentations, and workshops in local, regional, and international venues including the World Health...

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Dr. Cook Receives 2019 Outstanding Educator Award

   July 1, 2019

Congratulations to Dr. Jim Cook for receiving the 2019 Outstanding Educator Award from the Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA)!

For the full article, please visit Exchange Online.

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2019 Students of Distinction

2019 Students of Distinction
   May 3, 2019

On April 26th, 2019 the Psychological Science department honored twenty-five students at our Annual Students of Distinction Ceremony. To be honored as a student of Distinction, a student must be nominated by a faculty member in the Department of Psychological Science and selected by a recognition committee. Students are nominated by the faculty because of their distinctive...

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#1 Leadership Book to Read for 2019

   January 6, 2019

The Psychological Science Department is proud to announce that our very own Dr. Steven Rogelberg's new book has been listed as the #1 Leadership book to read for 2019! Check out The Suprising Science of Meetings.

The Surprising Science of Meetings is a general audience trade book. It is a culmination of 15 years of meetings research, and thousands of surveys and interviews across the...

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Sue Spalding

   December 5, 2018

Sue Spaulding, long-time member of the Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, died suddenly on December 5, 2018. An avid and fearless traveler, Sue was doing what she loved most—cruising the sunny tropics. Sue was hired as Lab Director in 1993 and served the department in a variety of roles until her retirement in 2014.

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