SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS IN THE CLASSROOM HELP BUILD COMMUNITY.
If you’re on Facebook, you know how fun it is to create a personal profile, post status updates, and have the option to “chat” online with anyone who is available. But could those same tools enhance academic success?
Dr. Jessica J. Cerniak, Psy.D., associate professor in the M.A. in Psychology (MAP) program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Chicago Campus, was among a group of TCSPP faculty and staff involved in a “social media study” that compared two groups of MAP students …
FIVE CHICAGO SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS RECEIVE INAUGURAL GLOBAL IMPACT SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS.
Simrat K. Verraich is one of five recipients of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology's first Global Impact scholarship awards.
Simrat K. Verraich, an international student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Irvine Campus, is working on a dissertation about the Sikh experience after Sept. 11 and plans to bring knowledge back to the Sikh and Punjabi communities in her native Toronto.
Chicago Campus student Akanksha Dutt hopes her Clinical Psy. D. training and practicum experience will help her practice as …
D.C. Campus Receives $1.8 Million Grant to Launch New Academic Leadership Program for Women. Dr. Orlando L. Taylor, president of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s D.C. Campus, says a $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will help serve an urgent need in the higher education community.
As a young man, Patrick O’Connor pored over the pages of The Flash, comparing his plot in life to the trials faced by his favorite comic book character. It made sense. Here he was, a struggling student, transferred from the South Side of Chicago to the manicured lawns of the suburbs, trying to
figure out who he was, and where he was going.