She joins 4 other social justice leaders from across various disciplines who will utilize financial support from the Social Justice Institute to complete their research. Hailey's research involves "The Association Between the Model Minority Myth and Authenticity on Asian American Advocacy and Mental Health."
The Psychological Sciences Diversity Committee is excited to announce the CPAW-UP, a FREE virtual workshop that aims to increase access to resources, training, and experiences to support people interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Psychology. See our flier for more info!
In a matter of days, college students around the country will trade in their summer jobs for backpacks, books and new syllabi. Thanks to a group of Case Western Reserve University students, some of those syllabi are now digitally accessible.
Digital accessibility ensures everyone, including those with disabilities and non-English...
College of Arts and Sciences
During 47 years of leadership, teaching and research at Case Western Reserve, Sandra Russ, the Louis D. Beaumont University Professor of Psychology, made monumental contributions to the College of Arts and Sciences and its Department of Psychological Sciences, as well as the field...
Major: Psychology and Biochemistry
Year: Third year
With her sights set on veterinary school, Helena Lin intended to major in biology or biochemistry when she first began her studies at Case Western Reserve University.
She gradually realized that becoming a vet was just a childhood dream that originated from her love for...
Stefani Garcia is a second-year Emerging Scholar Student and IMPACT Fellow majoring in communication sciences with a minors in Spanish and studio art, studying to be a bilingual speech pathologist.
Originally, Garcia came to Case Western Reserve University to study computer science, but when she realized that wasn’t where her...