News, Media and Stories | Graduate Psychology

Janie Kiyokawa receives award at August commencement
Janie Kiyokawa ’19, APS ’21 received the Local Clinical Scientist Award from the Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology’s applied psychological sciences program.
Mindfulness
Students registered with the College of Health Professions, plus CHP faculty and staff, are invited to a free eight-week program incorporating mindfulness-based stress reduction, resilience, and mindful communication techniques geared towards health care professionals and students. Register for a Sept. 22 orientation. Classes begin Sept. 30. 
Juneteenth marks the date that the last enslaved people in America learned of their freedom on June 19, 1865, more than two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Please join Pacific University for a day filled with thought-provoking discussions and celebrations!
Edwards-Leeper on 60 Minutes
Pacific University Psychology Professor Laura Edwards-Leeper told a 60 Minutes interviewer she fears that some physicians approve gender transition treatments without sufficient examination. 
Ruth Zúñiga
Zúñiga is an associate professor in the School of Graduate Psychology, where she developed the Sabiduría emphasis.
Paul Michael
For the past 13 years, Michael has taught doctoral-level statistics and research design courses in the School of Graduate Psychology. In a course area that often challenges students, Michael has inspired success.
Dental student
The College of Health Professions (CHP) is committed to increasing equity and diversity within the health professions and is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 CHP Diversity Scholarship. Apply by 11:59 p.m. on May 1, 2021.
Kaylie Green MS '19 earns AAPIC Internship Match 2021.
Nicole McCullough is a recipient of the 2021 United States Air Force Health Professions Scholarship Program.

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