The Power of Community on Pilgrimage
Brittany Givens and Kathryn Klarich Wong each received the L.B. Sims Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award by the Graduate College.
Emily Kroska and Greg Ongie won the D.C. Spriestersbach Dissertation Prize, while Arianna Rigon earned the Rex Montgomery Dissertation Prize.
Erica Sloan receives an award from Jonas Philanthropies, a national philanthropic funder of graduate nursing education.
Human toxicology graduate student Barbara Okeke will spend the next nine and a half months conducting water-quality and water-behavior research.
Computer science graduate student Shehroze Farooqi explores some of the darkest corners of the internet.
Kelsey Klein, a doctoral student in communication sciences and disorders, studies speech perception and language processing of school-age children with hearing loss who use either hearing aids or cochlear implants to hear.
Arianna Rigon’s dissertation research advanced the understanding of the underlying cognitive and neural networks responsible for the impairment of facial affect recognition.
Emily Kroska evaluated the effectiveness of ACT when it’s delivered in a group setting in a single day and determined that a brief intervention is a successful form of treatment.