The Rutgers Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies (CAS) is pleased to announce the all-new Wellness in Recovery (WinR) Addiction Advocacy and Research program, a student and faculty, community-based, participatory research internship/fellowship to support individuals and families who... read more
Listen to Rutgers-New Brunswick Provost and former GSAPP Dean, Dr. Francine Conway, talk about her commitment to equitable access to education during Access Week 2021.
From the Office of the Chancellor:
As a follow-up to the September 9 email from President Holloway regarding Prabhas Moghe’s promotion to Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs (EVPAA), I am pleased to provide you with an update on the New Brunswick Provost position.
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Newswise — On Monday, January 20th, Dr. Francine Conway, Dean and Distinguished Professor for Rutgers University, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) and President of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP) will host psychology... read more
Despite guidelines, many pediatricians do not systematically use developmental screening tools. Conducting screenings in childcare settings may improve rates of early identiﬁcation for young children at developmental risk.
Jeffrey Shahidullah (former faculty member), GSAPP faculty, Dr.... read more
APA has brought together five scholars and the leadership of the National Education Association (NEA), American Federation for Teachers (AFT), and Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) to launch a Task Force focused on addressing violence against educators in American... read more
Congrats to GSAPP faculty Dr. Brian Chu, students Denise Guarino and Christina Mele for publishing an article "Developing an Online Early Detection System for School Attendance Problems: Results From a Research-Community Partnership" on Cognitive and Behavioral Practice journal!
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Nicole Eskenasi (4th year Clinical) was awarded the New Jersey Psychological Association Foundation’s Scholarship for Research on Diversity Issues for her submission, “Women Warriors: Exploring the Various Dimensions of Female Service-Members’ Role Identities." She will be receiving this award... read more
GSAPP alum Dr. Roy Aranda (’82) was interviewed by Wliny Radio on Tuesday, Feb 27 to discuss the Parkland school shooting and the hot topic about arming teachers. Listen to the radio program at ... read more
GSAPP hosted the inaugural meeting of the Alliance to End Hate NJ on February 15, 2018, at the Center for Applied Psychology. The event drew representatives from a wide variety of organizations and institutions, including schools, law enforcement, the U.S. Congress, faith-based organizations,... read more
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Alum Chris Kotsen (Clinical PsyD ‘94) has coauthored an article, “Use of Expired Air Carbon Monoxide Testing in Clinical Tobacco Treatment Settings,” published in CHEST Journal, the official publication of the American College of Chest Physicians. Carbon monoxide (CO) testing is... read more
Alum Roy Aranda (’82) has published an article, “Microaggressions and Hispanics: Far Reaching Consequences of Marginalizing Statements and Attitudes,” in the fall 2017 issue of NYS Psychologist. For the more than 55 million Hispanics living in the United States today, microaggressions can... read more
Alum Jeff Brand [Clinical PsyD ’15) recently published an article in the journal GROUP entitled, "Politics, Projection, and Fake News" (Vol. 41, No. 3, pg 213-227). In it, he offers a perspective on how psychodynamic theory and group principles can be used to explain our current hyper-partisan... read more