2nd year: Niki Hayatbini, Anthony Robinson, Morgan Snyder, Callie De La Cerda, Shelby Lipschuetz, Aaron Bonnette
1st year: Alyssa Kopecki and Mark Stern
2018 Graduate College Fellowship Recipients
Alyssa Kopecki and Mark Stern
Alyssa Kopecki graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BS in psychology and criminology from Texas A&M University-San Antonio and was unconditionally accepted to the MA in Psychological Research program for Fall 2018.
Mark Stern graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in psychology from Texas State University and was unconditionally accepted to the MA in Psychological Research program for Fall 2018.
2018 MAPR Scholarship Recipients
2nd year: Niki Hayatbini and Shelby Lipschuetz
1st year: Kyle Kilchrist, Anna Madden, and Courtney Wilson
2017 MAPR Scholarship Recipients
2nd year: Marieke Visser
1st year: Niki Hayatbini
2016 MAPR Scholarship Recipients
2nd Year Student - Chasley Jones
1st Year Students - Eileen Marin Cordivin, Trisha Flournoy, Angela Johnson, Linda-Brook Thompson
2016 Graduate College Scholarship Recipients
2nd Year Student - Amanda Jones, Chasley Jones, Elia Bueno, Katelyn Stephenson, Samantha White
1st Year Students - Angela Johnson, Fatemeh Fereidooni, Linda-Brooke Thompson, Miguel Capote, Trisha Flournoy
2016 Merit Fellowship
2015-2016 Graduate Fellowships
Katelyn Stephenson & Samantha White
2015 MAPR Scholarship Recipients
1st year: Katelyn Stephenson
2nd year: Frank DePalma, Morgan Kelly, Stephen Ramos, Bryant Reininger, Candice Stanfield
2015 Graduate College Scholarship Recipients
Morgan Kelly, Katelyn Stephenson, Brittany Hill, Bryant Reininger, Francesco DePalma, Candice Stanfield, Elia Bueno, Stephen Ramos
2014 Graduate College Scholarship Recipients
Javier Arteta Garcia, Michael Bell, Angelica Carballo, Briana Cobos, Natalie DeLeon, Haley Harris, Velia Hernandez, Adrienne Koller, Matthew Light, Rachel Price, Christopher Prickett, Shannon Wilder
Outstanding Master's Student in the College of Liberal Arts
MAPR student Marieke Visser was selected as the Outstanding Master's Student in the College of Liberal Arts for the 2017-2018 school year.
Conference Presentation: Shelby Lipschuetz
Shelby Lipschuetz, 2017 Cohort, presented a talk at the SWPA (Southwestern Psychological Association) conference in Houston in Spring 2018 - "Orthorexia Symptomatology in Relation to Personality and Relationship Satisfaction."
Briana Cobos and Javier Arteta had their paper, "Evaluation on how depression and anxiety mediate the relationship between pain catastrophizing and prescription opioid misuse in chronic pain populations" in Pain Medicine.
Award: Best Poster
Javier Arteta and his mentor, Dr. Krista Howard were awarded “Best Poster” at the Fall 2014 International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research conference. Their study is titled: "Evaluation of how Depression and Anxiety Mediate the Relationship between Pain Catastrophizing and Opioid Misuse in a Chronic Pain Population." Javier completed the internship at RestoreFX last summer and utilized their patient data for this project. His paper has been submitted for publication to Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Award: Best Paper
Candice Stanfield co-presented "The Inexplicable Sex Differences in Homeonegativity: A Proposed New Paradigm of Implicit Cognitive Systems" at International Organization of Social Science and Behavioral Research on November 3, 2014 in San Antonio, TX and was awarded "Best Paper."