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Acts of Service: Child-Area Students & Faculty Partner with Keep Alachua County Beautiful

Child area faculty and students from CHP coordinated with Keep Alachua County Beautiful to clean up litter at the Palm Point Nature Park at Newnans Lake as part of an area-wide service day. This event was part of a larger initiative by the department to be actively engaged in Gainesville and the surrounding community through acts of service. The area plans to continue regularly engaging in group community service activities on at least a semesterly basis. We are looking forward to more events in the near future.

Intentions to Actions: Microaggressions in CHP

Please join the E&A committee on Friday, July 23rd, at 12 pm to join the discussion on microaggressions, with a focus on taking steps towards positive change for CHP.   Before attending the colloquium, please try to carve out time to watch this video:  https://youtu.be/ZahtlxW2CIQ (18 minutes).  …

Francesca Lopez, M.S., recipient of APA’s Walter G. McMillen Memorial Award

Francesca Lopez, MS, a rising fifth year doctoral student, has been awarded the 2021 APA Walter G. McMillen Memorial Award for Parkinson’s Disease Research. In 2007, as a tribute to Mr. Walter G. McMillen, who died with Parkinson’s disease, a joint award between APA Division 20 – Adult Development and…

CHP – Building Strong Community and Future Together

A virtual seminar by Dr. David Janicke, Candidate for Chair, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, will be held on Thursday, July 1 from 1:30-2:30pm via Zoom. https://ufl.zoom.us/j/93420079977?pwd=a29JS0pzbU5QdEkreVJuR212eVBPQT09; Dr. Janicke earned his BA in finance and marketing from the University of Minnesota, his MA inclinical psychology…