AP-LS Campus Representatives, 2018-2019
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SchoolNameEmailFaculty SponsorFaculty Sponsor EmailProgramCR election processCR Goals
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Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles
Irina Zuyeva-Quirosizuyeva-quiros@alliant.eduDr. Denise Rockwelldenise.rockwell@alliant.eduPsy.D. or Ph.D.
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Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology - Sacramento
Jessica Schumakerjschumacher@alliant.eduDr. Marion Chiurazzimchiurazzi@alliant.eduPsy.D. or Ph.D.Appointed
Advertise and continue to pass along information regarding the AP-LS webinars/annoucements/conference
Increase campus awareness/membership of AP-LS
Start a forensic related research team open to students (as our campus does not currently have anything for students interested in forensics)
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Andrews UniversityBrittney Byrdbrittneb@andrews.edu Dr. Harvey Burnettharveyb@andrews.eduAppointed
Promote general awareness for psychology/law field (most students aren’t familiar with this even being a field)
Create opportunities for research involvement on campus
Advertise issues/research/academia going on in the Psych/Law field
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Antioch University - SeattleStephanie Bowsersbowser@antioch.eduDr. Ray Hendricksonrhendrickson@antioch.eduPsy.D. programAppointed
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Appalachian State UniversityOPENOPENDr. Twila Wingrovewingroveta@appstate.eduMA in Experimental Psychology
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Argosy University, American School of Professional Psychology - North Virginia
OPENOPENDr. Stephen Lallyslally@argosy.eduM.A. and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
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Argosy University, Florida School of Professional Psychology - TampaRhonda Lloydrhondalloyd1988@gmail.comDr. Patricia Dixonpsdixon@argosy.eduDoctoral Program
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Argosy University, Illinois School of Professional Psychology - ChicagoChryssa Athanschryssathans@gmail.comDr. Shanavia Dansbysdansby@argosy.eduPsy.D. Forensic PsychologyAppointed
Host at least one/two meeting(s) where we can view and discuss one of the webinars that are available online.
Host a "common hour" event where we invite a panel of professionals who work in psychology/law.
Invite back a student who is on their internship year now (in the field of psychology/law) and can give us some guidance and tips about the application and interview process.
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Boston UniversityOPENOPENDr. Amie Grillsagrills@bu.eduPh.D. in Counseling Psychology
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California Lutheran UniversityOPENOPENOPENOPEN
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California State University - FullertonOPENOPENDr. Iris Blandon-Gitlin
iblandon-gitlin@exchange.fullerton.edu
Bachelors in Psychology
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Carleton UniversityBailey Fraserbaileyfraser@cmail.carleton.caDr. Joanna Pozzulojoanna.pozzulo@carleton.caPhD in forensic psychology
to help coordinate travel/accommodations for Carleton students who will be attending the AP-LS conference
to attend the weekly Psychology Graduate Student Association meetings to make announcements from AP-LS
to post fliers on the department bulletin board/send emails to faculty and students twice a month
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Carlos Albizu UniversityGabriela Alonsogalonso584@sunmail.albizu.eduDr. Karen Feuermankfeuerman@albizu.eduPsyD Clinical Psychology, Forensic
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Chicago School of Professional Psychology - ChicagoMcKayla Lupermluper@ego.thechicagoschool.eduDr. Derek Hessdhess@thechicagoschool.eduClinical Forensic PsyD
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Drexel UniversityAlice Thornwillalice.thornewill@gmail.comDr. Dave DeMatteodavid.dematteo@drexel.eduJD/PhD (clinical psychology)Volunteer
Increase dissemination of research to a wider audience that not only includes policy-makers, attorneys, judges, but also interested members of the general public
Encourage more collaboration between different fields (attorneys working with psychologists, etc.)
Promote discussion on ways we can think about psychology-law issues that feel relevant to the current political climate
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Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityBrianna Harneybharney@student.fdu.eduDr. Robert PrentkeyOPENPsy.D. Clinical Psychology
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Fielding Graduate UniversityAlessandro Mettaametta@email.fielding.eduDr. Sanford Drobsdrob@fielding.edu
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Florida Institute of TechnologyKevin Kolarkkolar2016@my.fit.eduDr. Travis Conradttconradt@fit.eduB.A./B.S.
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Florida International UniversityStefanie McLaneysmcla012@fiu.edu
Dr. Nadja Schreiber Compo
schreibe@fiu.eduPhD Experimental psychology (legal)
I will continue efforts towards getting undergrads aware/involved with research in general and special opportunities like APLS or the undergraduate research conferences at our university (we usually have 2 sessions a year).
I will work with the professors I know and the psych office to have notices sent out regarding such upcoming opportunities.
I will also work with the individuals in my program (graduate students) and host a "prep for APLS" meetings/events to ensure everyone feels comfortable about getting their projects completed/host practice sessions for talks.
I am also in connection with the undergraduate psychology honors society (Psi Chi) which I would be able to speak/get more information to psych students who are more proactively getting involved in the academic aspect of psychology. I don't know what involvement I could do with them yet, but I would get that line of communication open/get the ball rolling for future involvement. I imagine I would speak at one of their general meetings, but I hope to be able to connect students with possible mentors (ie an undergrad could want to get involved in clinical research and I could try and pair them with a colleague to ask questions or become an RA).
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Fordham UniversityZoe Feingold; Maria Aparcero
zfeingold2@fordham.edu; maparcerosuero@fordham.edu
Dr. Barry Rosenfeldrosenfeld@fordham.eduPhD in Clinical PsychologyVolunteer
Recruit new AP-LS graduate student members within graduate psychology programs at Fordham
Promote forensic psychology among undergraduate students and non-forensic psychology students at Fordham
Involve undergraduate psychology students in forensic research
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Fort Hays State UniversityRylee Staabrdstaab@mail.fhsu.eduDr. Leo Herrmanlpherrman@fhsu.edu
Get more members to join at Fort Hays State University. Talk to students in the Psychology as a Discipline and Forensic Psychology courses to introduce AP-LS.
Do more campus activities and coordinate with Psychology Club
Keep members throughout the whole year.
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Georgetown University Alyssa Mikytuckamm293@georgetown.eduDr. Jennifer Woolardjlw47@georgetown.eduDevelopmental Psychology Psy.D./Ph.D.Volunteer
orgetown University is a smaller PhD program within the AP-LS network and I want to increase the network of psych-law resources for students at the university. As a Campus Representative, my goal will be to increase knowledge of AP-LS events and resources so that undergraduate and graduate students can become more involved.
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Indiana State UniversityOPENOPENDr. Jennifer SchriverJennifer.Schriver@indstate.edu.
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John Jay CollegeCody Stitzelcody.stitzel@gmail.comDr. Mark Fondacaromfondacaro@gmail.comClinical PsychologyAppointed/Volunteer
To increase awareness and engagement in our department by creating a bulletin board for AP-LS related news and events in the PhD Lounge at John Jay. I plan to post announcements and relevant information there on an as needed basis, in hopes that it will become a known resource for AP-LS information as well as a gathering area to hold discussions about upcoming events, recent publications, etc.
To create and facilitate opportunities for cross-program interaction between the two PhD programs at John Jay (i.e., Clinical and Psychology and Law), with the goal of increasing collaboration and interdisciplinary research that can be presented at future AP-LS conferences. I hope to hold informal social gatherings on a monthly basis where students from both programs can gather and discuss issues relevant to psych and law, while getting to know each other and having fun.
To hold peer conferences three times a year where students from all cohorts and programs can meet to discuss the AP-LS conference - preparation, presentation, what to expect, travel and accommodations, conference logistics, post conference experiences, etc. In this way, less-experienced students and/or new AP-LS members have the opportunity to discuss these issues with more experienced AP-LS members, which may ultimately ease application anxieties and increase conference submissions.
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Louisiana TechAndrea Morenoamoreno1721@gmail.comDr. Bulbotzbuboltz@latech.eduCounseling Psychology Psy.D.Volunteer
Facilitate awareness about AP-LS and it's role within the APA
Promote awareness about careers in the field in relation to law and assessment
generate student involvement/interest in the division.
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Marymount UniversityOPENOPENDr. Mary Lindahlmlindahl@marymount.edu
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Marywood UniversityKelsey Abbottkelseyleeabbott@gmail.comDr. Richard Behunbehun@maryu.marywood.eduClinical Psychology Psy.D.Volunteer
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Mercer University Laura Ellisonlaura.kathryn.ellison@live.mercer.eduBrittany A. Robinson, Ph.Drobinson_ba@mercer.eduClinical Psychology Ph.D/Psy.DVolunteer
I would like to spread more awareness regarding the subfield of forensic psychology and its many possible avenues in clinical practice by having experts in the field share their experiences and insights into navigating this field. I would also like to encourage more research relevant to forensic settings within my program.
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Midwestern University - Downers Grove CampusWeronika Nowakwnowak74@midwestern.eduDr. Andrew Beattya-beatty@sbcglobal.netClinical Psychology Psy.D.
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Midwestern University - Glendale CampusBrian Reisenauerbreisenauer29@midwestern.eduDr. Jared Chamberlainjchamb@midwestern.eduClinical Psychology Psy.D.
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Montclair UniversityJennifer Bartlettbartlettj3@montclair.eduDr. Tina Zottolizottolit@montclair.eduClinical Psychology Ph.D/Psy.DVolunteer
I would like to increase awareness about APLS to graduate and undergraduate populations by sending out information via e-mail/flier. I feel that our campus is unaware of the potential benefits of conference presentations, therefore, increasing awareness may influence aspiring students to become more involved and explore more advanced research goals. Also, students may also become more motivated to research if there is a particular goal in mind.
I would like to connect students that are attending APLS to each other. Therefore students will feel safer and also have more cost-effective options for travel. Additionally, this will promote camaraderie within the program which will hopefully generalize further.
Lastly, I would like to represent my school in a responsible fashion by meeting all of the requirements of the campus representative position. In doing so, I will use campus outreach sources, show students the fun and academic environment APLS offers, and also be a resource for student questions, comments, and concerns.
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New York UniversityLeila Wallace; Jake Freundlw2428@nyu.edu; jf3606@nyu.eduDr. Adrienne Gansadrienne.gans@nyu.eduGeneral Psychology M.A.Election or Appointment
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North Carolina State UniversitySamantha Zottolaszottol@ncsu.eduDr. Sarah Desmaraissdesmarais@ncsu.edu
Applied Social & Community Psychology Ph.D.
Appointed/Volunteer
1. Help all the first year students understand their possible career and further academic options after graduation.
2. Increase forensic psychology club engagement.
3. Organize more events between the forensic psychology students and those of other specialties to promote collaboration.
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Northwestern University Feinberg School of MedicineOPENOPENDr. Jason Washburnj-washburn@northwestern.edu
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Nova Southeastern UniversityHeather PeeplesHP253@mynsu.nova.eduDr. Tom Kennedyktom@nova.eduPsy.D in Clinical PsychologyAppointed
a. host a movie night
b. host a game night
c. have a guest speaking event
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Pacific University Graduate School of Professional PsychologyLyssi Bradybrad6395@g.pacificu.eduDr. Leonardo BobadillaLBobadilla@pacificu.eduPsy D Clinical Psychology, ForensicAppointed
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Palo Alto University - DoctoralAyanna Payne apayne@paloaltou.eduAlvin ThomsPh.D. Clinical PsychologyVolunteer
My goals include: creating a close knit environment for all AP-LS members, creating more diversity within AP-LS on a campus and national level, and lastly, creating more of a AP-LS presence on our campus.
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Palo Alto University - UndergraduateDong (Danny) Kwondkwon@paloaltou.eduDr. Maureen O'Connormoconnor@paloaltou.edu
B.A. Psychology & Social Action Program
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Pepperdine University - Graduate PsychologyAshley Himmelsternashley.himmelstern@pepperdine.eduDr. Susan Hallsusan.hall@pepperdine.eduMasters in Clinical Psychology, MFT
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Purdue UniversityOPENOPEN
Dr. Christopher Eckhardt
eckhardt@purdue.eduB.S. in Brian & Behavioral Sciences
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Rosemead School of PsychologyHaley Wadehaley.m.wade@biola.eduDr. Cimboradavid.cimbora@biola.eduClinical Psychology, PsyDAppointed
I plan to continue to be in discussion with professors and students on campus regarding trauma typically associated with incarcerated individuals, or those who have a history of incarceration, as means of facilitating research into the area of of clinical treatment and preventative measures
I also plan to continue sharing the AP-LS updates on a weekly basis through our program-wide newsletter
I am also in discussion with various faculty about hosting a small discussion panel this year to help raise awareness of law and forensic psychology.
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Sage CollegesAmanda Hendersonhendea2@sage.eduDr. Kim Braytonbraytk@sage.edu
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Sam Houston State UniversityEllen Reinhardeer018@shsu.eduDr. Jorge G. VarelaJgv002@shsu.eduClinical Psychology PhD ProgramElection
I think my biggest goal is just to learn more about how I can get involved, and what resources are available to my fellow students
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Simon Fraser UniversityDana Cochranedcochran@sfu.caDr. Kevin Douglasdouglask@sfu.caClinical Forensic Psychology MA
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Spalding UniversityOPENOPENDr. Ida Dickieidickie@spalding.edu
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St. Ambrose UniversityOPENOPENDr. Andrew Kaiserkaiserandrewj@sau.eduBA / BS
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Texas Tech UniversityBrieann McDanielbrieann.mcdaniel@ttu.eduDr. Robert Morganrobert.morgan@ttu.eduCounseling Psychology Ph.D.Appointed
(1) increase awareness of APLS with undergraduates including RAs in our research lab and with related organizations such as Psi Chi
(2) ensure all the graduate students in the forensic and correctional lab are members and encourage attendance at the 2019 APLS conference
(3) facilitate at least one event centered around forensic/correctional psychology (e.g, all participating in a webinar and discussing afterwards
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University at Albany - SUNYKim Bernsteinkbernstein@albany.eduDr. Cynthia Najdowskicnajdowski@albany.edu)Criminal Justice Ph.D.Appointed
1. I would like to reach out to more departments to see if there are more students who would be interested in joining the listserv
2. I would like to stay more connected with that group of students, beyond this listserv
I would like to find a way to stay more physically connected
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University of AkronGabrielle Stoneges29@zips.uakron.eduDr. Suzette Speightslspeig@uakron.edu.
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University of Alabama
Lauren Meaux, Sydnee Erickson
LTMeaux@crimson.ua.edu, slerickson2@crimson.ua.edu
Dr. Jennifer Coxjennifer.m.cox@ua.edu.
1) Expose undergraduates to careers in clinical psychology and forensic psychology through a presentation at a Psi Chi meeting.
1. To increase membership to APLS, specifically to have all incoming students become members.
2) Recruit undergraduate and graduate students to attend (and present at) 2019 AP-LS Conference in Portland.
2. To increase our school representation at the annual conference.
3) Organize a Psychology-Law social event.
3. To foster stronger connections to other psychology-based organizations on campus, particularly those with undergraduate students.
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University of Arizona
Caroline Shanholtz, Megan Irgens
shanholt@email.arizona.edu, meganirgens@email.arizona.edu
Dr. Connie Beckbeck@email.arizona.eduClinical Psychology PhDAppointed
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University of California - IrvineKirsten Domagalskikdomagal@uci.eduDr. Elizabeth Cauffmancauffman@uci.eduB.A.Volunteer
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University of Colorado - Colorado SpringsMiyla McIntoshmmcintos@uccs.eduDr. Edie Greeneegreene@uccs.eduM.A./M.S.Appointed
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University of DenverKirsten Fahlbuschkirsten.fahlbusch@du.eduDr. Neil GowensmithNeil.Gowensmith@du.eduM.A. Forensic PsychologyAppointed
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University of EvansvilleOPENOPEN
Dr. Margaret Stevenson
ms446@evansville.edu
B.S. Psychology/CJ/Sociology, Pre-Law
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University of FloridaDorothy (Yu) Dudorothy92417@gmail.comDr. Lora Levettllevett@ufl.eduCriminology Ph.D.Appointed
a. promotes more APLS activities with Lora and her graduate students and other psychology students
b. recruits more members participate and attend relevant conferences
c. promote more APLS experiments and online classes/Webinars
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Univerisity of Massachusetts, BostonOlivia AvesonOlivia.Aveson001@umb.eduDr. Paul Nestorpaul.nestor@umb.eduClinical Psychology PhDVolunteer
The UMass Boston clinical psychology community has a long history of commitment to issues of social justice and advocating for multiculturally competent research and clinical work. Through no fault of the department, but due to a lack of exposure, the forensic niche of justice work does not play a large part in the community discussion. I hope that through an active presence and dissemination of research associated with AP-LS I can begin to include these aspects into community awareness and discussion.
The UMass Boston program is incredibly diverse and I want to make both faculty and students aware of the different diversity related research and funding opportunities offered through AP-LS. As I mentioned, while the explicitly forensic related research is limited, many labs are involved in research, master's theses, and dissertations related to applicable multicultural issues and peripherally related forensic topics (i.e. human trafficking) that would be eligible for AP-LS conference presentation.
As I've mentioned, this is a very social justice minded community and I feel they would be interested in, inspired by, and eager to learn about the research being done by AP-LS members. I write research briefs for the AP-LS Newsletter and I would hope to disseminate interesting research I review to the program writ large in some kind of newsletter of my own. I will also encourage enrollment of student AP-LS members so they can benefit from the group directly.
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University of Nebraska - LincolnEvan McCrackenevan.mccracken@huskers.unl.eduDr. Richard Wienerrwiener2@unl.eduPhD and MLS
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University of Nevada - RenoJean Cabelljcabell@nevada.unr.eduDr. Monica Millermkmiller@unr.eduSocial Psychology Ph.D. Program
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University of New Brunswick - FrederictonHannah Stewarthstewar5@unb.caDr. Mary Ann Campbellmcampbel@unb.caPhD in Clinical PsychologyAppointed
spreading awareness of the 2019 AP-LS conference to returning and incoming students and encouraging them to submit an abstract for this conference.
I am making arrangements for upper-year students to provide feedback to lower-year students on their submissions for the conference, and also plan to help organize logistics for accommodations and travel for students whose abstracts are selected for the conferenc
I am planning to host a semesterly "forensic movie night," where students interested in topics related to forensic science, law, and psychology can get together to watch a forensic-theme movie and engage in subsequent interest discussions
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University of North TexasTaz Otal; Sarah VelsorTanveerOtal@my.unt.edu; SarahVelsor@my.unt.eduDr. Richard RogersRichard.Rogers@unt.eduClinical Psychology PhD
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University of PennsylvaniaAsminet Shichun Linglings@sas.upenn.eduDr. William Lauferlauferw@wharton.upenn.edu.Ph.D. CriminologyAppointed
1) Promote more AP-LS events
2) Recruit more members
3) Share campus events that may be relevant to the interests of AP-LS members
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University of ToledoOPENOPEN
Dr. Kamala London-Newton
kamala.london@utoledo.eduPh.D. Experimental Psychology
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University of WyomingHayley SturgesHaleySturges@creighton.eduDr. Narina Nuneznarina@uwyo.eduPhD/Psychology and LawAppointed
1. Promote AP-LS to undergraduate psychology members and inform them about some of the activities/careers of AP-LS members (i.e., showing them the range of the field).
2. Sponsor at least one event on campus during the year (ex., a movie night for Psi Chi).
3. Help potential attendees of the AP-LS Conference with finding travel funding sources and/or with preparing for upcoming presentation(s) at the Conference.
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Washington State UniversityShari Reitershari.reiter@wsu.eduDr. Chris Barrychris.barry@wsu.eduClinical Psychology PhDVolunteer
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West Virginia UniversityCourtney Hullcnh0008@mix.wvu.eduDr. Elisa Krackowelisa.krackow@mail.wvu.eduCounseling PsychologyVolunteer
to increase knowledge about and interest in AP-LS on campus, across academic disciplines
I would like to facilitate and encourage research in law and psychology as well as participation in the AP-LS conference
I would also like to incorporate outreach events on our campus in conjunction with non-profit organizations that align with our interests.
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Widener UniversityTabitha Echavarriatcce213@gmail.comDr. Elizabeth Fostereefoster@mail.widener.edu
This year our goal is to develop an increased level of communication and collaboration across cohorts among students interested in forensically oriented careers and/or topics. In our next interest group meeting we will discuss the possible ways to develop a more accessible line of communication between students and their colleagues who have graduated and work in forensic positions. We are also hoping to have a guest speaker. Last year we met our goal of developing a sub group of individuals who met on an additional basis to explore, more in depth, ongoing forensic research.
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William James CollegeKerri Kanekerri_kane@williamjames.eduDr. Joseph Toomey
Joseph_Toomey@williamjames.edu
PsyD in Clinical PsychologyAppointed
To increase AP-LS engagement around WJC, including student events and information sessions
To provide support to students involved and interested in AP-LS and the related topics surrounding psychology and the law.
To increase communication between students, faculty, and staff surrounding AP-LS events.
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Wright State UniversityGillian LaRuelarue.7@wright.eduDr. Wendy Dragonwendy.dragon@wright.eduPsyD in Clinical PsychologyAppointed
distribute another edition of the newsletter by the end of the semester
I also want to continue to advertise Division 41 events to faculty and peers at Wright State
I want to begin the search for finding my replacement as campus representative for the next academic year
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