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Comic fans may have heard about the Unstoppable Wasp, published by Marvel. In this comic, the protagonist Nadia Van Dyne struggles with mental illness. In Issue No. 5 that just came out recently, Nadia came to a realization that she might have bipolar disorder.

What is really special about this issue of The Unstoppable Wasp is that it features a full two-page interview of our Psychology graduate Christina (Chris) Ceary.

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After obtaining her B.S. in Psychology in 2015, Chris earned her Master’s in Applied Psychology (with a Counseling focus) from the University of Baltimore in 2017. She is currently teaching psychology at Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute. Chris has always been a comic fan and admires the work by Jeremy Whitley, the writer of the Unstoppable Wasp. The two finally met through networking and Whitley was impressed by Chris’s knowledge about comics and psychology.

“I was serving as a consultant on the Unstoppable Wasp,” explained Chris. “I read through the script that Whitley provided and offered comments about the mental health aspects that appeared in the storyline. We want to portray the mental health issues as accurately as possible.”

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When we asked her what advice she had for our fellow students, Chris said: “Get out there and talk to people from different fields. For me, taking an interest in things like comics has led to an opportunity that I could not have predicted. Although we usually like to follow traditional paths, being able to think outside the box and create your own opportunities can be even more rewarding! To get started, getting to know people and learning from them is the first step.”

Chris has some good news to share! She has recently been accepted to the Psy.D. program in Counseling Psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. We are proud of you Chris!

      It is truly an honor to announce the award-winning graduates: Rachael Steelman, Melissa Catalano, and Shanice Hastings! The three awards that were granted were the Stevenson University Pin, the Provost's Award for Exceptional Scholarship, and the Orsia F. Young Leadership Award.  
 
      The Stevenson University Pin was awarded to Rachael Steelman. This award is the most comprehensive honor the university confers on one graduating senior whose total personal performance is meritorious, including academic achievement, independence, integrity of thought and action, reliability, respect for others, and involvement in university or community affairs. 
 
     The Provost’s Award for Exceptional Scholarship was awarded to Melissa Catalano. The Provost’s Award for Exceptional Scholarship is conferred from time to time on one graduating student who has performed academically in a particularly exceptional way, has demonstrated unique intellectual ability and initiative, and has contributed to the academic pursuits of his or her peers. 
 
     The Orsia F. Young Leadership Award was awarded to Shanice Hastings for HaSS. This award is conferred on one graduating student from each academic school who has performed in an outstanding manner as a leader in the university community, initiated action, motivated others to do so, and has been an agent for positive change in the university.
 
     Congratulations on your accomplishments and best of wishes for your future endeavors!

Stevenson University graduates demonstrate how hard work pays off as they cross the stage at commencement held on May 18th, 2017....Click here to read more.

Gabby Green, a Stevenson University Alumni, returned to her alma mater to share her experiences after graduation with students of Dr. Tulloch's Animal Behavior class.

Gabby graduated with a degree in Psychology and continued her education through the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, where she received her master's degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare. Gabby also discussed her current career path working with animal welfare policies at the Humane Society of America.

Congratulations to the Psychology Department's December 2014 graduates!

 
 
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