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PHOTO:JMU students at conferenceGraduate Psychology students present at conference

May 30, 2019

Several students from the Psychological Sciences Quantitative Concentration and the Assessment and Measurement PhD program recently traveled to Washington, DC to present their research at the Annual Convention of the Applied Psychological Sciences (APS).

PHOTO: NASPASASS team wins NASPA award

April 29, 2019

Graduate students and faculty from the psychological sciences and assessment and measurement program won an award from the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA)

PHOTO: Nikole GreggGregg wins the Graduate School's Outstanding Thesis Award

April 22, 2019

Nikole Gregg won the Graduate School’s Outstanding Thesis Award for her thesis entitled “Beyond Motivation: Differences in Score Meaning between Assessment Conditions.”

PHOTO:Faculty and staff head to conference Graduate psychology students win big at graduate showcase

April 19, 2019

Quantitative psychology and assessment and measurement students were winners of the Top Presentation Award at the 2019 Showcase of Graduate Scholarship and Creative Activities at JMU.

PHOTO: JMU students help with summitCHBS students collaborate on ĎIím Determinedí Project

April 10, 2019

Each summer, the Partnership for People with Disabilities and the Virginia Department of Educationís (VDOE) ĎIím Determinedí project holds a Youth and Parent Summit for children with disabilities hosted by JMU.

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