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8.22
Sharing some very exciting news:  GSAPP is one of two schools being showcased on the Rutgers university wide website for the month of August!  Visit this link: www.rutgers.edu, click the red arrow and select “Discover the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology,” which leads to our... read more
6.22
Complete the Rutgers Post-Grad Survey for a chance to win your choice of Apple Air Pods or a $100 Amazon gift card! Contact Career Exploration and Success (CES) with questions.
3.22
On behalf of everyone at GSAPP, we extend our heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Rhonda Greenberg for receiving the 2022 Peterson Prize! This is one of GSAPP's most prestigious honors.  This award recognizes an alumnus for outstanding contributions to their profession, and Dr. Greenberg undoubtedly... read more
3.22
Congrats to the 4th year Clinical Psy.D cohort on their 100% match in Phase 1 to APA-accredited internships!
6.21
The Journal of Behavior Education recently published a pivotal research study from Director of the RCAAS-SCALE Program (and three-time RU alum), Dr. James Maraventano; Director of Behavioral Services at the RCAAS and DDDC, Dr. Robert LaRue; DDDC Adult Program Behavior Analyst, Jenna Budge; and... read more
5.21
Dr. Nydia Y. Monagas, alumna of GSAPP’s Clinical PsyD program (2006) and a clinical specialist in the Department of Social Work and Child Advocacy at Montclair State University, was recently appointed by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, to join the NJ Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect for a... read more
7.20
Dr. Judith M. Glassgold, GSAPP alumna and part-time lecturer, and Dr. Joshua R. Wolff, Staff Psychologist at Northwestern University, recently published an article entitled “Expanding Psychology Training Pathways for Public Policy Preparedness Across the Professional Lifespan” in American... read more
5.19
GSAPP alumna Jennifer Jones-Damis wants to make a difference for juveniles in the justice system. Going beyond punishment, Jones-Damis teaches young inmates how to learn from their past and make better decisions. Read more about her story at Rutgers Today.  Jennifer Jones-Damis works to make sure... read more
3.19
Congratulations to GSAPP alumni Brian Eichert and Ava Lorenzo for publishing an article "Implementing SEL Initiatives as School Psychology Trainees: Pushback, Buy-In, and Progress" on Communiqué, the official newspaper of The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)! Learn more at... read more
2.19
Monica Indart: Serving Some of the Most Vulnerable Monica Indart, PsyD (Clinical '94) Dr. Monica Indart (’94) has made it part of her life’s work to champion the causes of some of the world’s most vulnerable people: refugee immigrant asylum seekers. For almost 20 years, through her involvement... read more