October 2019

It’s time for our annual Year in Review! As we look back on each month of the academic year, the MSP community can reflect on the changes and growth we have experienced since September, both individually and as a community. Here’s a look at highlights from October 2019.

Other highlights from October:

We welcomed alum Richard Janka, PsyD (’12) for our second “Lessons from Our Alumni” lecture series on October 3.

IDEA hosted a second Critical Conversation with Johanna Buzolits, PhD, Core Faculty on “Unpacking White Privilege” on October 10.

Lee Bach, PhD, Core Faculty, hosted a Research Brownbag on “The Art and Science to an Experiential Approach to Teaching” that discussed brain-based learning as well as shared anecdotes from her own experience on October 15.

Dustin Shepler, PhD, Core Faculty, and Mackenzie Glaros (PsyD 2) hosted two “Paper to Proposal” session on October 21 & 22 to prepare students on how to transform a class paper into a project suitable for presentation at a conference.

Blogs: President Fran Brown offered guidance on dealing with imposter syndrome, new Core Faculty member Danielle Balaghi, PhD was in the Faculty Spotlight, MSP alum La-Toya Gaines, PsyD (’12) wrote about what happens to clients when a therapist dies, we posted a Q&A with Head Academic Librarian Michelle Wheeler, and we asked some MA students about what has been the best part of the MSP experience so far.