Two Palm Beach State College students received an Emerging Researcher Award from Psi Beta, a national honor society in psychology, and now their research article has been chosen for publication this fall in the inaugural edition of a peer–reviewed journal.
Craig Tomlin and Rivkah Estrin were among only four selected nationwide for the newly created award open to community college students. The award, which came with a small monetary gift, stems from research that Tomlin and Estrin conducted with a third student, … Continue reading PBSC psychology students win Psi Beta Emerging Researcher Award
Presenting a research paper is a daunting task for Ph.D.’s, let alone undergraduate students, but Etiane Navarro and Renato De La Rosa met the challenge when they attended the American Psychological Association’s annual convention Aug. 8-11 in Chicago.
These Palm Beach State College students—now graduates—earned the trip as the second-place winners of the 2019 Anne Anastasi Research Paper and Conference Travel Scholarship, a national competition sponsored by Psi Beta, the community college national honor society in psychology. … Continue reading Students present winning research at national conference
When more than 10,000 psychologists and students gather at the 126th annual American Psychological Association convention in San Francisco on August 9, Jose Martinez will represent Palm Beach State College with distinction.
The Dr. Floyd F. Koch Honors College student will attend as the first-place winner of the 2018 Anastasi Research Paper and Conference Travel Scholarship Competition, sponsored by Psi Beta, the community college national honor society in psychology. In addition to the all-expenses-paid trip to the APA convention, … Continue reading PBSC student wins national psychology research award
Palm Beach State College presented its annual Stewart Distinguished Teaching Award to two professors Friday for their innovative course projects that keep students highly engaged.
Professor Tracy Ciucci, who teaches her health classes online or as a hybrid on the Lake Worth campus, and Dr. Ted Cascio, a psychology professor on the Palm Beach Gardens campus, were chosen by a nine-member committee of their peers from a pool of 27 applicants for the award that comes with a $5,000 cash prize. … Continue reading PBSC professors honored for innovative course projects