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November 20, 2014 Forum: "Losing Your Self in India" by Dr. Matthew Whoolery
On Thursday, November 20th at 2:00pm in the Taylor Chapel, we were privileged to hear from one of our own in a college forum. Brother Matthew Whoolery of our Psychology Department spoke on "Losing Your Self in India." As a recent Fulbright Scholar, Brother Whoolery went to India in 2012-2013 and taught in the Psychology Department at Lady Shri Ram College at the University of Delhi. He traveled extensively in India and interacted extensively with Indian psychologists and students. In 2014, he was asked to return to Delhi to give a TED talk that is titled "How to Be Unhappy." He will discuss his experiences and draw upon people he met who illustrate important cultural differences which present a different way of viewing life, relationships, and religion.
October 2014 News & Notes: Department of Psychology Faculty Member Gives TED Talk in India
Matthew Whoolery, a member of the Psychology faculty and a Fullbright Scholar recently gave a TED Talk in New Delhi, India. Watch at: http://youtu.be/kWjuJxvWdFc
New Health Psychology Emphasis Added:
BYU-I New & Notes, July 2014: http://www.byui.edu/newsroom/07-25-14-health-psychology
Scroll Article July 8, 2014
Emphasis in Health Psychology
Two new internships for I/O Emphasis Students! See Internship tab for more information.
Graduation Requirement: ETS Major Field Test
Beginning Fall 2012 Semester, graduating seniors are required to take the ETS Major Field Test in order to graduate. This needs to be taken your last semester at BYU-Idaho. This requirement will show up on your graduation plan. The Psychology Department will pay for this test. The test will not affect your graduation. If you are not on campus the semester you are graduating, you will be excused from the test.
The test will be available to take at the testing center and you will be notified of the opening and closing test dates. You will need to pick up your pass code and instructions from the Psychology Department office before going to the testing center. The test will take 2 hours.
July 2014 Standard Journal "Our Town" spotlights BYU-I Psychology Professor, Matthew Whoolery: Five countries, four kids, three languages, two foreign universities and one passion.
March 2014 News & Notes: Experiential Learning for Psychology Majors also Benefits School District Psychology majors work with Madison School C.A.R.E.S. program to help children and make the community a better place. Eric Gee coordinates this opportunity for students to be involved in data collection and evaluation for the Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SSHS) program.
May 2014 PSR/Case Manager Needed
Looking to hire a graduate in a social science field to work Full-time as a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist (PSR Worker) and Case Manager. Looking for someone who will fit in with their team. The company currently employs several BYUI graduates. Employees work in a team atmosphere which most employees find much more satisfying than a caseload of their own. Anyone interested may contact Eric Olson, LCPC, District 7 MH CT Coordinator at (208) 360-0262, Fax: (208) 612-5036
December 2012 News & Notes: BYU-Idaho Graduate Receives Award for Pro Bono Legal Work Former psychology major, Camille Borg, receives Utah State Bar Pro Bono Publico Law Student of the Year Award.
2011 Reflections of former BYU-Idaho Psychology Professor, Ron Jacques, on 10 year anniversary of September 11th: Stung by Tragedy, Lifted by FaithVisit: http://lds.org/church/news/september-11-stung-by-tragedy-lifted-by-faith?lang=eng
2011 Congratulations to Psychology Students publishing a manuscript in the Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, vol. 10, May 2011. Individualistic and Structural Attributions of Poverty in the LDS Population by Alex North, Arwen Behrends, Kayla Green, Luis Oquendo, Tamra Dison, Justin Larson, and Yohan Delton. http://www.kon.org/urc/v10/north.html
2009 Psych 361 Rat Olympics on Channel 3 News! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTD2YV71GCU
Our first competitor can jump over four feet. Didn't catch that? Here's a different angle. Okay maybe he can't make the jump every time. But he sure loves to get back to home sweet home.