News and Events

NIMH T32 Predoctoral Fellowship Recipients

Date published: 5/25/2016

Congratulations to Michelle Fenesy (Clinical Area), Michael Sun (Clinical Area) and Timothy Williamson (Clinical Area) for receiving the NIMH T32 predoctoral fellowship in Biobehavioral Issues in Mental and Physical Health.

Amy Zhong Zheng receives Liu Yunghuo Bei Qui Memorial Fellowship

Date published: 5/25/2016

Congratulations to Amy Zhong Zheng (BNS Area) for receiving the Liu Yunghuo Bei Qui Memorial Fellowship of $3,000. This department endowed fellowship is for female Psychology graduate students. Thank you to our generous donors for their continued support of our students and department!

UCLA Fellowship in Political Psychology

Date published: 5/25/2016

Congratulations to Felix Danbold (Social Area), Ivuoma Onyeador (Social Area), and Jesús Serrano-Careaga (Social Area) for receiving awards from the UCLA Fellowship in Political Psychology. This endowment was established in response to an anonymous gift on December 17, 1999.  The fellowship is for doctoral students specializing in political psychology, the study of mass politics, and/or intergroup relations. Recipients of the award will on collaborative research with faculty.

Mary Hargis accepting into RAND Summer Institute

Date published: 5/25/2016

Congratulations to Mary Hargis for being accepted into the 2016 RAND Summer Institute, which is an aging-focused summer program that includes a Mini-Medical School for Social Scientists and a conference on the Demography, Economics, Psychology, and Epidemiology of Aging.

Graduate Division Privately Endowed Fellowship Recipients

Date published: 5/25/2016

Congratulations to the following students for receiving Graduate Division Privately Endowed Fellowships!

Barbara Caplan (3rd year, Clinical Area) received the 2016-2017 Charles F. Scott award of $15,000.

Marcie Haydon (1st year, Health Area) received the 2016-2017 Philip & Aida Siff Educational Foundation Scholarship of $5,000.

Graduate Summer Research Mentorship Recipients

Date published: 5/25/2016

43 graduate students received the 2016 Graduate Division Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, which awards a $6,000 stipend for conducting research under the close mentorship of a faculty member this summer.

Graduate Research Mentorship Program Recipients

Date published: 5/25/2016

10 graduate students are recipients of the 2016-2017 Graduate Division Graduate Research Mentorship Program, which awards a $20,000 stipend plus fees/tuition for conducting research under the close mentorship of a faculty member.

Christopher Begeny receives the UCLA Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award

Date published: 5/25/2016

Congratulations to Christopher Begeny (Social Area) for receiving the UCLA Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award for Teaching Assistants!

Only 5 graduate students are chosen each year to receive this prestigious teaching award, which honors individuals who exhibit leadership in teaching and public service and bring respect and admiration to the scholarship of teaching. The award includes a Dissertation Year Fellowship, which Chris will receive during the 2016-17 academic year.

UCLA Research Conference on Aging Awards

Date published: 5/25/2016

Graduate students Alex Siegel, Mary Hargis, Catherine Middlebrooks and Joseph Hennessee (working with Professors Barbara Knowlton and Alan Castel) all won awards for their recent poster presentations at the 2016 UCLA Research Conference on Aging.

Highlighting New Faculty Member Carolyn Parkinson

Date published: 5/4/2016

My research seeks to better understand the neural basis of how we perceive, shape, and are shaped by our social world.

My research seeks to better understand the neural basis of how we perceive, shape, and are shaped by our social world.

WordPress websites available for faculty and lab groups

Date published: 4/26/2016

Department faculty members and lab groups are now able to request websites in our new WordPress environment.  Our WordPress platform takes advantage of UCLA Logon and campus web templates to simplify the administrative tasks of maintaining a website.  By using WordPress we have seen a significant increase in ease-of-use for faculty and other web content contributors.  Existing websites can be moved to WordPress in addition to creating new WordPress sites.

Print Kiosks Available in Franz Hall

Date published: 4/22/2016

We are pleased to announce that we are now using wepa in the UCLA Psychology Department!  Follow wepa on Twitter at @wepaprinting for general information.  Kiosks are located in the lobby and computer labs 3290, 3312, and 2434.  See the Lab Proctor in Computer Lab 3290 if you need help.  Questions about this service may be directed to Michael Jeon at 310-794-4769.  Anyone may use the printers; helpful information may be found on our printing policy page.

We are pleased to announce that we are now using wepa in the UCLA Psychology Department!  Follow wepa on Twitter at @wepaprinting for general information.  Kiosks are located in the lobby and computer labs 3290, 3312, and 2434.  See the Lab Proctor in Computer Lab 3290 if you need help.  Questions about this service may be directed to Michael Jeon at 310-794-4769.  Anyone may use the printers; helpful information may be found on our printing policy page.

Integrated Technology in Classrooms

Date published: 4/22/2016

This academic year we have made technical upgrades in some classrooms which can make it easier to incorporate technology into lectures and discussions. Specifically, rooms A279, 3290 and 3534 now have AV Control Center panels installed. The panels neatly tie together computers and other digital inputs with data projectors or large TV screens. With these installations we’ve had far fewer issues with cables or adapters failing or being lost, computers not displaying correctly, or displays being accidentally left on and prematurely run down.

Research by Shams and Odegaard Among UCLA Top Stories

Date published: 4/7/2016

A new Psychology Science research by Professor Ladan Shams and post-doc Brian Odegaard has been receiving national and international news coverage. The article titled “Brain appears to have different mechanisms for reconciling sight and sound” was among UCLA's "Top Stories of the Week" on April 1 and is featured on the UCLA Newsroom.

A new Psychology Science research by Professor Ladan Shams and post-doc Brian Odegaard has been receiving national and international news coverage. The article titled “Brain appears to have different mechanisms for reconciling sight and sound” was among UCLA's "Top Stories of the Week" on April 1 and is featured on the UCLA Newsroom.

Psychology Staff Spotlight - Abigail Martinez

Date published: 4/1/2016

Abigail Martinez, Administrative Specialist in our Academic Personnel Unit, repeatedly goes above and beyond in her position and efforts on behalf of the Department. Abigail, during the winter quarter, successfully managed 4 simultaneous faculty searches.

Congratulations to the 2016 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Recipients!

Date published: 3/30/2016

The Psychology Department is proud to announce another successful year of NSF GRFP Recipients and Honorable Mentions!

The Psychology Department is proud to announce another successful year of NSF GRFP Recipients and Honorable Mentions!

Alexandra Stolyarova Receives Award, Selected to Attend RIKEN BSI and BMM Summer Course

Date published: 3/30/2016

Alexandra Stolyarova, a first-year Behavioral Neuroscience student has received the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society Travel Award for the 2016 meeting in Budapest, Hungary. Award winners will receive a cash award, certificate, and waiver of registration fees.  Travel awardees will present orally and will also have their research presented in a poster session.

Dunkel Schetter and Guardino Research Receive Attention

Date published: 3/23/2016

Health Psychology research by Professor Chris Dunkel Schetter and post-doc Christine Guardino has been receiving national and international news coverage. The article titled “Women with impaired stress hormone before pregnancy have lower-birthweight babies” is featured on the UCLA Newsroom.

Health Psychology research by Professor Chris Dunkel Schetter and post-doc Christine Guardino has been receiving national and international news coverage. The article titled “Women with impaired stress hormone before pregnancy have lower-birthweight babies” is featured on the UCLA Newsroom.

Email issues - and workaround

Date published: 3/17/2016

As of Thursday, March 17, 2016, we have had reports of some users not being able to send or receive certain email today.   A common theme seems to be with attachments.  Mail from outside of EM with attachments is not being received, and documents sent from our scanners do not always go through as expected.   Life Sciences is looking into this now and they know this is an urgent problem for us.  We hope to have an update by the end of the day.

As a workaround, files can be shared with outside users through UCLA Box.

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