On November 9th, the Clinical and HFall Symposium pictureealth Psychology Department held the annual Fall Research Symposium, and it was a big day for the i-RACERs! Fall Symposium is a day when 2nd year Clinical and Health Psychology students present their Masters research projects, and students and faculty receive awards for research, teaching, and service accomplishments during the past year.
Erin Ferguson presented her work entitled “Is Marijuana Use Associated with Lower Inflammation? Results from Waves III and IV of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health.” Zach Mannes won two student awards: The Nathan W. Perry Scientist Practitioner Memorial Scholarship for Integrating Science and Practice and the Health Psychology Research Award for Excellence in Health Psychology Research. Lastly, Dr. Nicole Ennis, won the Research Mentorship Award for Excellence in Research Mentoring. Congrats to all of the i-RACERs on a successful Fall Symposium!!