News

2016

Congratulations to Kiersten Johnson who completed her doctorate and graduated May 2016! Way to go Dr. Johnson!

Congratulations to Candalyn Rade who successfully completed her preliminary exams in May!

Candalyn Rade received the Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching for exemplifying the University’s highest degree of teaching achievement in the classroom environment during 2015, given by the Graduate Student Association.

Congratulations to Kiersten Johnson who successfully defended her preliminary exams titled ”Clinical Assessment of Antipsychotic Medication Adherence in Adults with Schizophrenia”  as well as proposed her dissertation, “Overlap of Community Violence Perpetration and Victimization among Adults with Mental Illnesses.”

Great job to Candalyn Rade who proposed her dissertation in February 2016! Keep up the good work!

Congratulations to Candalyn Rade, who has received a financial award from the American-Psychology Law Society to support her dissertation research! Way to go!

2015

Candalyn Rade was awarded an NC State University Graduate Student Association Award for Conference Travel.

Joel Cartwright had a successful Master’s proposal! Great job Joel!

Congratulations to Evan Lowder, who successfully defended her Master’s Thesis. Way to go Master Evan!

Congratulations to Kiersten Johnson, who was selected as the NC State University College of Humanities and Social Sciences Thesis Award winner for 2014-15 for her work titled, “A Latent Class Analysis of Concordance and Discordance Between Results of Drug Use Assessment among Adults with Schizophrenia”.

Congratulations to Evan Lowder, who had received a financial award for her research from the Disability Determination Process (DDP) Small Grant Program.

Congratulations to Candalyn Rade, who has received a financial award for her research from the American Psychology-Law Society Student Grants-in-Aid Committee.

2014

Congratulations to Candalyn Rade for the successful defense of her thesis in October!

The lab now has a Facebook and Twitter page!

Our lab is excited to welcome Joel Cartwright, who will be joining us in Fall 2014 as a graduate student.

Congratulations to Robin Telford for the successful defense of her dissertation!

Congratulations to Kiersten Johnson, who successfully defended her thesis in March. She was also awarded second place for her poster presentation in the Social Sciences and Management Division of the University Graduate Research Symposium.

Congratulations to Evan Lowder, who has received a financial award for her thesis research from the American Psychology-Law Society Student Grants-in-Aid Committee.

Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Desmarais, who has been invited to present at the Forensic Mental Health Association of California conference. She will be speaking on integrating structured risk assessment tools into practice.

2013

Congratulations to Candalyn Rade! As winner of the Emeritus Fund Award, she will receive financial support for her thesis research.

Congratulations to Candalyn Rade, who is the North Carolina State University Southeast Regional Student Representative for the Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA), division 27 of APA. She will serve a 3-year term in this position. Contact Candalyn for more information about SCRA and current activities in the southeast region.

Congratulations to Kiersten Johnson, who is the North Carolina State University campus representative for the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS), division 41 of APA. Contact Kiersten for more information or to join the listserv.

Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Desmarais! She is a new member of the Corrections Management and Reentry Task Team, under the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative which serves as a Federal Advisory Committee and advises the U.S. Attorney General on justice information sharing and integration initiatives. Find out more here.

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