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March 2022- Joanna Buscemi, assistant professor of clinical psychology, was interviewed on the Yumlish Podcast to discuss her study of racial disparities in diabetes mortality. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/diabetes-by-race-inequality-in-the-united-states/id1504260353?i=1000552801639
February 2022- Cori Cafaro (Tergesen), clinical-community psychology doctoral student, was elected Student and Early Career Representative of the Global Alliance for Behavioral Health & Social Justice.
February 2022 - Olya Glantsman, senior professional lecturer, was appointed Editor of the Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice. She is only the second editor for this international journal and in the Department.
January 2022 - Jocelyn Carter, professor of clinical psychology, published an OP-ED piece in US News & World Report titled, “The Pandemic Should Push Us to Improve Youth Sports” https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2022-02-02/the-pandemic-should-push-us-to-overhaul-youth-sports
January 2022 - LaVome Robinson, professor of community psychology, was featured on ABC7Chicago TV News discussing suicide risk among the Black community and the Success Over Stress prevention intervention. https://abc7chicago.com/11527425/
January 2022 - Dn. Joe Ferrari, St. Vincent dePaul Professor of Psychology, presented at two national events. On Jan. 14, he presented for the third time for “REAL TIME”, an international and national podcast (they call him their ‘resident favorite scientist’). Dn. Joe presented on “DeClutter During COVID” reviewing his past five years of published research. Then, on Jan 20, Dn. Joe and Devki Patel, 2nd year MS in Gen Psychology graduate student, gave their invited presentation on “DeCluttering The Home, Office, and Digital Items” to the DePaul Uni. ‘Alumni Association’ at the highest attended winter virtual presentation in their history.
December 2021 - Joanna Buscemi, assistant professor of clinical psychology, with Allyson Hughes, had an op-ed in Medpage Today titled: "It's Time to 'Build Back Best' for Americans With Diabetes— Congress needs to focus on health equity” https://www.medpagetoday.com/opinion/second-opinions/96460 December 2021 - Anne Saw, associate professor of clinical psychology, had an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune titled "The narrative of Black on Asian crime serves no one. But racial solidarity benefits us all” https://www.chicagotribune.com/opinion/commentary/ct-opinion-asian-american-hatred-racial-solidarity-20211231-wqqqerdkjbcthmfjvprbfb35lm-story.html
December 2021 - Helena Swanson in our PhD Community Psych Program was awarded funding for the Winter quarter a 2022 Steans Center Graduate Fellowship Award in collaboration with “Urban Health Partnerships.”