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The National Science Foundation program provides undergrads enrolled in colleges and universities where there are limited research opportunities with an opportunity to gain hands-on research experience.

Psychology Student Selected for Competitive Undergrad Research Experience

May 04, 2016

Webster Psychology major Angela Engle has been selected as one of eight participants in the hands-on 2016 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at Western Kentucky University, a program funded by the National Science Foundation. She'll spend 10 weeks this summer exploring innovative approaches to studying non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal behaviors in adolescents. The REU site's emphasis on integrating modern technology into psychological research will help develop her research skills and future career opportunities, her professors say.

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In the News: Turner and Smith at Fox2; ISB construction; Halloran profile; Barnidge on Church

March 18, 2016

School of Communications faculty Paaige Turner and Julie Smith were featured in a Fox2 segment on public social media mistakes, the Interdisciplinary Science Building's construction was in the Webster-Kirkwood Times, alumnus Charlie Halloran was profiled by the Post-Dispatch, and Robert Barnidge's guest column on Pope Francis appeared at Forbes' "Capital Flows" opinion page.

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