Celebrating Successes 2000-2001
We in Albion College's Psychology Department and Neuroscience Concentration congratulate our students on their accomplishments. The students listed below have met significant goals associated with their professional development.
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- Kerry Douglass has been admitted to the Masters of Clinical Psychology program at Wheaton (5/30/01).
- Lisa Schultz has been admitted to the doctoral program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Purdue University and at SUNY Albany (3/29/01).
- Kelly Janowski has been admitted to the doctoral program in Counselling Psychology at the University of Kansas (3/29/01).
- Laura Gambone has been admitted to the doctoral program in Clinical and Community Psychology at the University of South Carolina (3/29/01).
- Ben Geer has been admitted to Medical School at Wayne State University (3/23/01).
- Chris Ramos has been admitted to the MSW program at Michigan State University. (3/5/2001)
- Ben Gitler has been admitted to the MSW program at the University of Michigan. (3/1/2001)
- Carolyn Winterich has been admitted to the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology at Wayne State University, at Miami University of Ohio, at Ohio University, and at Bowling Green State University. (2/22/2001)
- My Lien has been admitted to the doctoral program in School Psychology at Michigan State University (and also at Central Michigan University). (2/22/2001)
- Lisa Schultz has been admitted to the doctoral program in I/O Psychology at Wayne State University. (2/14/2001)
- Mary Beth Shearer has been admitted to the audiology/speech sciences programs at Ohio State University and at Miami of Ohio. (2/10/2001)
- Amy Wasiak (Class of 2000) was recently admitted to Medical School at the Des Moines University, College of Osteopathic Medicine. (12/28/2000)
- Julia Ogg and Kami Marsack are co-authors (with Dr. Wilson) on a paper entitled "Acute Ginkgo biloba facilitates decision-making in a working memory task in rats" to be published in Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis. (9/27/2000)