Fisher Publishes on Authoritarianism and Sexual Minorities

In the "Early View" web feature of Political Psychology, Assistant Professor of Psychology Emily Fisher and her coauthors examine whether authoritarians' attitudes toward sexual minorities have been influenced by the recent societal shift toward greater acceptance. In the article, "Social Norms and Egalitarian Values Mitigate Authoritarian Intolerance Toward Sexual Minorities," the authors use da...  More >>

Rivera '17 Interns at FosterClub

When offered the opportunity to "give back," Cody Rivera ‘17 more than rose to the occasion. This summer, Rivera completed an internship with the organization FosterClub, which seeks to connect current and former participants in the foster care system. Throughout the months of July and August, he worked to advance the organization's mission of serving and honoring the perspectives of young people...  More >>

Bodenlos Publishes on Faculty-Student Collaboration

In the September issue of the peer-reviewed journal The Behavior Therapist, Associate Professor of Psychology Jamie Bodenlos and her coauthors explore the mutual benefits of faculty-student research. In their article, "The Undergraduate Researcher: Why, When, and How to Collaborate With Your Students," Bodenlos, Jerusha B. Detweiler-Bedell of Lewis & Clark College and Dara G. Friedman-Wheeler...  More >>

HWS Research Symposium

From invasive species to drone mapping, and the effect of stress on friendships to potential anti-cancer compounds, Hobart and William Smith students presented on a range of topics at this year's Student Research Symposium on Sept. 17 as one of Homecoming and Family Weekend's annual events. "The Research Symposium allows students to showcase their work from summer research projects and represents...  More >>

Kaenzig on BBC, Discusses Introverted Vantage Point

William Smith Associate Dean Lisa Kaenzig recently appeared as a guest expert on the BBC podcast "The Why Factor" to discuss her extensive research on introverted personality types. Featured throughout the podcast, Kaenzig offers her perspective on the ways in which people with introverted personalities function in work, school and social settings. "I'm really a raging extrovert," she admits. "I ...  More >>

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