While writing his new book, Advanced research methods for applied psychology, Professor Paula Brough sought to fill the void she continually encountered when supervising graduate students. “The idea came to me during a doctoral confirmation where the student was evaluating the different methods to perform the missing data analysis,” saidRead More →

Many students dressed in coats and backpacks enter and leave Nielsen Hall every day. However, a certain four-legged participant can also be seen wandering through Nielsen’s classrooms and hallways. Togo, a mixture of Siberian husky and Alaskan malamute, is owned by Andrea “Dre” Cristini, postdoctoral research fellow in astronomy inRead More →