Category: COVID-19

Self-Care Now

Today the kindest thing we can do for ourselves is acknowledge that we are struggling, that right now most us feel anxious, feel terrible, feel stressed. Stress – pandemic stress, racism stress, election stress, financial stress, graduate school stress – can become overwhelming if we aren’t taking the time to

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Jacklynn Ray: “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: Jacklynn Ray Program: Part time

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Andre Johnson: “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: Andre Johnson Program: PsyD  Describe

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Welcome to MSP: Quick Reference Guide for Students

Normally this time of year the staff of MSP would be introducing themselves to students at Orientation, presenting during class, or by stopping by to say hello in the Atrium. Incoming students get to know the staff often from taking an ID photo in the library or checking in on

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Make the First Step: How to Connect with Intention

As incoming students prepare for a virtual Fall semester at MSP, some may be wondering if they will still connect with their cohort in a meaningful way. In this week’s blog, Carrie Pyeatt, Coordinator of Admissions & Student Engagement, is encouraging everyone to make connection a priority and explains how

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Student Voices During COVID-19

Student Engagement began to survey MSP students on a weekly basis starting in mid-May about their experiences as students under quarantine. Each week, an email was sent out, data was collected, and the following week, the information was shared with all. “The responses really showed that MSP is truly a

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MSP Spring Research

MSP faculty & student research teams were unable to present their work as planned this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In May, Dustin Shepler, PhD, Core Faculty and research team lead, reached out to the community to offer an opportunity to share research that was intended for spring conference

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Community Conversations: Racism Pandemic

Over the last several weeks and months we have witnessed an onslaught of heinous racial incidents and a disproportionate number of cases/deaths related to COVID-19 in communities of color – all of which are occurring within the context of day-to-day racism in our country. On June 1, MSP President Fran Brown hosted

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