Month: January 2022

Psychology professor at Clarkson University appointed executive editor of Journal of Psychology

Clarkson University associate professor of psychology Lisa Legault has been appointed editor-in-chief of the Journal of Social Psychology for a three-year term. A bi-monthly, peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Social Psychology publishes high-quality research in basic and applied social psychology, including behavior, attitudes, identity, interpersonal relationships, group processes, and intergroup relationships. . In his new […]

Los Angeles Rams create “Kenny Washington Memorial Scholarship” to provide up to four years of financial support for aspiring college students in low-resource communities

To celebrate Kenny Washington and his impact on the Los Angeles Rams and the NFL, the Rams are creating a “Kenny Washington Memorial Scholarship” that will provide up to four years of financial support to students from low-resource communities who are among the first in their families to pursue post-secondary education. The scholarship is offered […]

Shepherd starts scholarship to greet Bagent | Newspaper

SHEPHERDSTOWN— In honor of 2021 Harlon Hill Award winner Tyson Bagent, the Shepherd University Foundation announced the establishment of the TB2 Harlon Hill Award for Excellence Scholarship to support Shepherd football players on and off the pitch. The first of the scholarships will be available in fall 2022 for eligible student-athletes based on NCAA qualifications. […]

University of Minnesota Project Offers Online Portal on Mexican-American Art

The rhizome, an underground plant stem that can grow horizontally or upward, flows in a non-linear, often surprisingly fashion. This unpredictable botanical miracle inspired a joint project between the University of Minnesota and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. “Rhizomes of Mexican-American Art Since 1848” is an open source online portal that currently houses […]

SunLive – Kiwi Music Scholarship Recipients Shine

The numerous performance restrictions imposed by Covid-19 have not appeased the zeal of the seven young recipients of this year’s Kiwi music scholarship. Western Bay of Plenty soprano Felicity Tomkins along with pianists Modi Deng and Grace Francis, tenor Harry Grigg, violinists April Ju and Claudia Tarrant-Matthews and soprano Sophie Sparrow each received a scholarship […]

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