1/31 Speaker Series: Allyson Mackey, Penn

Please join us on Tuesday 1/31 in welcoming Allyson Mackey, Ph.D. from Penn, who will be giving a talk titled: “Measuring Brain Plasticity in Humans”. We will begin a little after 3pm in the Campus Center Viewing Room, located on the lower level, below Starbucks.

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Get up to date information on our graduate student alumni and learn where our alumni go after completing their degree at Rutgers. More news to follow.

Brianna Soreth

Brianna Soreth

Brianna Soreth graduated magna cum laude from Rutgers University Camden in December 2013. During her undergraduate studies she did research on cell phone use and divided attention in the classroom. She is excited to start the graduate program and looks forward to learning more about research as she obtains her master’s degree. She hopes to … Continue reading Brianna Soreth

David Sherrell

David Sherrell

David Sherrell graduated cum laude with a BS in Psychology from University of Phoenix in 2013.  Since 2009, he has traveled the world providing substance abuse prevention services to schools, including education, consultation, and data-driven community interventions.  His experiences as a consultant and educator fuel his passion for further study: David’s research interests include adolescent … Continue reading David Sherrell

Jorge Carvalho Pereira

Jorge Pereira

Jorge Carvalho Pereira received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Delaware in May 2015.  During his undergraduate career he was involved in the research of Dr. Carroll Izard’s, Human Emotions Lab, which studies the development of emotion knowledge, emotion regulation, and emotion competence. He also was a teaching assistant to Dr. Brian … Continue reading Jorge Carvalho Pereira

Theodore Oing

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Theodore Oing graduated cum laude with a B.A. in psychology from Tusculum College in May 2014. Member of the national honors society Alpha Chi and the international psychology honors society Psi Chi. Completed the Ronald E. McNair Program in Summer 2013. Undergraduate research under the supervision of Dr. Brian Pope included topics such as the … Continue reading Theodore Oing