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Colloquia are held on Fridays at 3:00 in Minard 230
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NDSU researchers awarded NIH grant to study how socioeconomics and perceived control can affect dementia-related diseases
Jeremy Hamm and Katherine Duggan, both assistant professors of psychology at NDSU, have received a National Institutes of Health Research Project Grant (NIH R01) of $1.6 million over four years.
NDSU professor co-edits special issue of Group Dynamics
Verlin Hinsz, Dale Hogoboom Presidential Professor of psychology, has co-edited a special issue of the journal Group Dynamics that was published this September.
NDSU's Next Big Move
Odalis Garcia is researching the relationship between stress and nightmares. She's one of many NDSU students seizing the exceptional research opportunities an R1 university offers. Learn about Odalis's research and what R1 means for NDSU's future.
Hilmert Lab Poster Presentation at the Summer Psychology Forum
Graduate student Garrett Byron and recently graduated undergraduates Olivia Wagendorf and Cadyn Hunter authored and presented the poster, “Heart Rate Variability During Pregnancy Moderates the Impact of Depressive Symptoms on Fetal Growth.”
Challey Spotlight: Rachel Delaney
Rachel Delaney is a first-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Psychology at NDSU. She received her B.A. in psychology and communication with a concentration in rhetoric and public advocacy at Purdue University Fort Wayne in 2021. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, she is a first-generation college student who was hired as a graduate research assistant at the Challey Institute in January 2022.