PBS publishes newsletters twice per year. They are available below for your convenience.

Spring 2024 Newsletter

Highlights include: Senior Awards, Undergraduate Research Symposium, Senior Profiles, DDHS Hosts Neurodiversity and Disability Studies Summit

Winter 2024 Newsletter

Highlights include: Motivational Interviewing Beneficial as an Additive or Stand-Alone Therapy, To Make Science and Engineering More Diverse, Make Research Socially Relevant, Catch Up With Our Student Clubs

Fall 2023 Newsletter

Highlights include: Restoring Employee Health and Safety by Applying Occupational Health Psychology, Historical Psychology Illuminates New Perspectives on Morality, How Children's Mental Health and Family Mechanisms are Influenced by Intimate Partner Violence

Spring 2023 Newsletter

Highlights include: Spotlight Scholar: Michael Constantino, Senior Awards, Undergraduate Research Symposium, Senior Profiles

Winter 2023 Newsletter

Highlights include: The Challenges of Emergency Care for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Patients, Community Psychology in Practice And Policy, Research Shows Female STEM Students Are Positively Impacted by Female Near-Peer Mentors

Fall 2022 Newsletter

Highlights include: Message from the Chair, Is it a normal childhood tantrum or an early sign of mental illness?, Alumni Profile: Heather Kirkorian ‘07PhD, The extraordinary work of PBS summer student researchers, PBS Lab hosts scholars from Girls Inc. Eureka! Program

Spring 2022 Newsletter

Highlights include: Program to match mental health patients to psychotherapists’ strengths funded for large-scale implementation, 2022 Senior Awards, Tweet Blitz: Undergraduate Research, Spotlight on Alumni

Winter 2022 Newsletter

Highlights include: Working through life challenges using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Research examines the role of psychotherapists in treatment effectiveness, Studying the psychology of political divides, Grad Student Office Update

Fall 2021 Newsletter

Highlights include: Using behavioral activation therapy as a treatment for depression, Alumni Profile: Ibrahim Dahlstrom-Hakki ‘08PhD, Songbird neurons for advanced cognition mirror the physiology of mammalian counterparts

Spring 2021 Newsletter

Highlights include: Virtual Graduation Celebration for the Class of 2021, Senior Awards, Tweet Blitz: Undergraduate Theses, Study shows predictors of cognitive decline in midlife women varied by race, Spotlight on Alumni