Student Good News

As usual, you and your fellow students are accomplishing great things. Please read on to learn more and be inspired about different ways you might get involved both on campus and in the community. Not only are we proud of our students, as always, but it is important to point out that these are the kinds of experiences that can enhance your own learning, provide valuable service to others, and result in marketable skills that increase competitiveness for jobs and graduate school.

  • Some current students and very recent alumni will be participating in the national convention of the American Psychological Association this August based on their own honors projects or independent studies or serving as research assistants to faculty members. We hope we aren’t missing anyone, but we know that Nikki Clauss, Tonya Filz, Stephanie Freis, and Amy Weise are all co-authors on different research presentations for this conference. Congratulations to all!
  • Rebecca Arrowood was prominently featured in a recent newspaper article for her volunteer work with NAMI Fox Valley where she is involved in a life coaching program for individuals with mental illness. You can see the full article in the Post Cresent.  Great work, Rebecca!