Alexandra O’Donnell

Alexandra O'Donnell

Alexandra O’Donnell will be graduating as a dual-degree student from Rutgers-Camden with a bachelor’s in Psychology and minor in Sociology in May 2014. As an undergraduate, she was in Phi Theta Kappa National Honor’s Society and Psi Chi, the International Honors Society for Psychology. She has been working alongside Dr. Duffy in his lab since … Continue reading Alexandra O’Donnell

Autumn Nanassy

autumn nanassy

Autumn Nanassy transferred from Camden County College to Rutgers Camden as a part of the STARS II scholarship program in fall 2012. She is a member of the honors college, the International Psychology Honors Society Psi Chi, and the National Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa. She is currently completing her bachelor’s and has already started … Continue reading Autumn Nanassy

Evelina Eyzerovich

Evelina Eyzerovich

Evelina Eyzerovich graduated with her bachelor’s in Psychology from Muhlenberg College in January 2012.  She received honors for her research on Thought-Action Fusion and Stigma of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, which she also presented at the annual Association for Psychological Science conference (Chicago, IL – 2012).  She is also one of the recipients of The Carol E. Hutchinson … Continue reading Evelina Eyzerovich

Avery Ducey

Avery Ducey

Avery Ducey received his bachelor’s degree from The University of Massachusetts in fall 2012. During his undergraduate career he was involved in research exploring whether video game play has any transferable skills to real world tasks involving rapid decision making. He has worked in a variety of other positions such as a teaching assistant in an … Continue reading Avery Ducey

Philadelphia Family Homeless Providers, Early Childhood Educators, and University Partners Launch Project to Support Young Children Experiencing Homelessness

Philadelphia – Homeless advocates, early childhood educators, and developmental scientists announced the launch of a project to support young children experiencing homelessness called Building Early Links for Learning (BELL). The two main goals are to enhance the developmental friendliness of emergency housing, and to better understand and remove barriers that keep young homeless children from … Continue reading Philadelphia Family Homeless Providers, Early Childhood Educators, and University Partners Launch Project to Support Young Children Experiencing Homelessness

Winter 2013 Newsletter

This is the Winter 2013 edition of the Rutgers-Camden Psychology Department Newsletter, created by Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology.  It includes faculty, student, and alumni news that may be of interest to you. Read the full newsletter (PDF File).