Developmental Science Program News and Events
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DS Student Wins Student's Choice Award at the 2015 HDE Research Showcase
Maegan Jones and Beth Blodgett Salafia won the College of Human Development and Education 2015 Research Showcase Student's Choice Award for their poster entitled “Girls' Drive for Thinness: The Effects of Differing Levels of Parental Warmth and Pressure to be Thin”
Developmental Science Students Recognized at College Honors Day
Congratulations to our Developmental Science PhD students Maegan Jones for winning the HDE Board of Visitors Scholarship ($3000) and Alison Brennan for winning the Dr. Evelyn Morrow Lebedeff and James Lebedeff Never Stop Learning Scholarship ($1,710).
DS Student an NDSU Representative at the National Making Our CASE Workshop
Allison Brennan was recently selected to be one of two NDSU student representatives at the national Making Our CASE: Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering workshop in Washington, DC in April. During the three and a half day program participants will learn about the structure and organization of Congress, the federal budget and appropriations processes, and tools for effective science communication and civic engagement. In addition, they will participate in interactive seminars about policy-making and communications, and will have an opportunity to learn about ways to remain engaged through on-campus activities. Participants will also meet with their elected Members of Congress and congressional staff members.
Developmental Science Ph.D. Student, Courage Mudzongo, Finalist in 2015 Three Minute Thesis Competition