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APEX Fellowship | Kennedy Pope

Major: Psychology Class Year: 2023 Organization: OneEighty As an intern at OneEighty in Wooster, Ohio I will be assisting with outreach and research within […]

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APEX Fellowship | Graham Harper

Major: Psychology Class Year: 2024 Organization: Age-Friendly DC At Age-Friendly DC, I will create proposals and publish research on intergenerational programs to enhance health […]

AMRE Team | Wooster Brush

David Sokurov ’24, Statistical & Data Sciences and Business Economics Yeeun Koh ’24, Economics, Mathematics minor Ruisha Prasai ’23, Psychology Advisors: Brooke Krause, Huiting Tian […]

AMRE Team | Schneider Electric

Shane Epstein-Petrullo ’24, Statistical & Data Sciences Manan Shahi ’23, Computer Science Tyusha Sarawagi ’23, Statistical & Data Sciences and Business Economics Advisors: Drew Pasteur, […]

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APEX Fellowship | Anushree Rustagi

Major: Psychology Class Year: 2025 Organization: One Eighty As a Community Relations Intern at OneEighty, Wooster, Ohio, I will work across their related departments to analyze outreach […]

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Psychology major takes part in social research for intergenerational programs

Graham Harper ’24, a psychology major at The College of Wooster interned at Age-Friendly D.C., a program which focuses on inclusive ageing. He had […]

Karabella Hernandez ’22

Future clinical counselor gathers trauma research data from internship counseling clients

“I knew from the get-go I wanted to sample OneEighty clients because they could be a rich source of information. Most I.S. research is […]

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Wooster Alums Hosting U.S. Open, Curtis Cup this Summer

Some of golf’s most prestigious events – like U.S. Opens, Ryder Cups, U.S. Amateur Championships, and Curtis Cups to name a few – are […]

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An Investigation of the Clinical Considerations of Speech-Language Pathologists When Working With Spanish-English Bilingual Adults With Aphasia

Name: Mia Chen Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Minors: Psychology and Spanish Advisors: Dr. Joan E. Furey; Dr. Grit Herzmann (second reader) The broad purpose of this […]

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The Influence of Familiarity with Faces on the Other-Race Classification Advantage

Name: Stacey Park Major: Psychology Advisor: Dr. Grit Herzmann; Dr. John Neuhoff (second reader) Own-race faces are often recognized faster than other-race faces, but the opposite trend […]

Emily Todd

The Impact of the Securitization of Children and Armed Conflict in the United Nations Security Council on the United Nations System

Name: Emily Todd Major: Political Science: International Relations Minor: Psychology Advisor: Dr. Kent Kille This study explores the interactions between securitization, human security, the […]

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Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivators of Why Women Enter STEM

Name: Marian Overfield Major: Psychology Advisor: Meredith Hope This study examines the relationship between types of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors and […]

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The Influence of Accent, Gender, and Ethnocentrism on Stereotype Content, “What Does the Black Legend Have to Do With Cusco?”: Un Discurso de la Alteridad, la Evangelización, y el Arte Religioso en el Cusco Colonial

Name: Cammy Bly Majors: Psychology, Spanish Advisors: Dr. Amber Garcia (Psychology), Hernán Medina (Spanish) Second reader: Dr. Evan Wilhelms (Psychology), Dr. Rebecca Garonzik (Spanish) […]

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Body Image Mediating the Relationship between Personality Factors, Emotionality and Extraversion, and Psychological Well-being in a Gender-Diverse and Queer Sample

Name: Rachel Jones Major: Psychology Minor: Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Advisors: Amber Garcia Second Reader: Meredith Hope Research has examined the relationship between […]

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Hands That Grab and Tongues That Say: Understanding Animal Narrators and Protagonists

Name: Sophie Helen Ryan Majors: English and Psychology Advisors: Dr. Kate Beuter and Dr. Michael Casey; Dr. Tom Prendergast (second reader) Whether through owning a pet or […]

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#Fitspiration vs. #BodyNeutrality: Effects of Social Media Communities on Body Appreciation and Food Choice

Name: Megan Fisher Major: Psychology Minor: Philosophy Advisor: Bryan Karazsia; Second reader: Amber Garcia Body image disturbances can be influenced by media that promotes body ideals, such as […]

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Visual Looming Cues Increase the Auditory Looming Bias​

Name: Maggie McCracken Major: Psychology Advisor: John Neuhoff Approaching, or looming, objects have been environmentally important cues throughout human evolution because of potential danger. Humans integrate […]

Susan Clayton

Susan Clayton serves as lead author in major scientific report by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, was a lead author in a major scientific report by the Intergovernmental Panel […]

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Professor Susan Clayton shares expertise on ‘Eco-Anxiety’ in New York Times article

Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, commented on the idea of “eco-anxiety” in a New York Times article published […]


Local mental health center internship develops psychology major’s skillset

After exploring different counseling centers, Karabella Hernandez ’22 discovered OneEighty as an opportunity to grow her therapy skills and psychology knowledge. Near The College […]