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Staff Spotlight: Jerel Jones

We are delighted to welcome Jerel Jones as our new Communications Coordinator. Below, Jerel offers insight into his role at MSP and a little about himself. Welcome, Jerel! Give us a snapshot of your professional/academic background. I graduated from the University of Michigan- Dearborn in 2014 with a BA in

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Student Scholarship Award Recipients 2020/21

MSP is committed to contributing annually to assist in student scholarships and aid. Scholarship and financial assistance funding is supported by gifts from alumni, family, and friends. Generally, funds are disbursed in the form of tuition credit. This academic year we are pleased to announce the following recipients. The Cereta

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Student Perspective: Navigating Virtual MSP

Over a year has passed since MSP moved all of our operations remote in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Never could we have predicted what is now the “new normal.” Below, Kenneth McDermott (MA) explores his experience in our virtual format. Coming into the MA program knowing it would be

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Justice for George Floyd

Dear MSP Community: Today was an important day in the fight against racism. But it’s only a first step. As I watched the media coverage of the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, I was struck by the reactions of so many Black Americans, many of whom warned against celebrating

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Seventh Annual Mental Health Research Symposium

This Friday, April 16, 2021, the Psi Chi Chapter at MSP is hosting the Seventh Annual Mental Health Research Symposium. This year’s Symposium will be a virtual event from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM. The Symposium is an annual event put on by Psi Chi to highlight student research and

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Student Perspective: Instilling Hope

Technology has given clinicians a new way to connect with their clients and this process has allowed many people safe at home to receive necessary mental health care. When people experience a massive change to their daily lives it can be scary and stressful.  According to the World Health Organization,

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Paul Farley Awarded Prestigious Army Scholarship

MSP is pleased to announce that Paul Farley (PsyD 2) was selected as one of only 8 recipients to the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) from the United States Army. “I applied for this scholarship because it was an opportunity to combine my civilian work (therapy) with my military career,”

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Sharmane Brown: “How I Make It Work”

From students fresh out of undergrad to professionals who are retraining for a new career, the Michigan School of Psychology welcomes students wherever they are in life. “How I Make It Work”  highlights the diversity of student experiences as they balance classes, work, and life. Name: Sharmane K. Brown, MA, TLLP Program: PsyD 

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Staff Spotlight: Stephanie Swanberg

At the beginning of February, we were delighted to welcome Stephanie Swanberg, MSI, AHIP, as our new Academic/User Services Librarian. Below, Stephanie offers insight into her role at MSP and a little about herself. Welcome Stephanie! Give us a snapshot of your professional/academic background. I have volunteered or worked in

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PsyD Student Spotlight

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