Due to the extreme weather conditions, Eastern Michigan University is canceling all classes on Monday, February 2. This includes all planned campus activities, lectures and events. The University will be open as scheduled on Tuesday, February 3, for regular business and classes.
Dr. Heather Janisse was honored at the EMU football game on Saturday, November 1, 2014 for her accomplishments as part of the athletics "Faculty Spotlight", highlighting the exceptional achievements of EMU faculty.
Dr. Janisse was invited to watch the game from the presidential suite and was presented with an award on the field where her accomplishments were announced. Please be sure to congratulate Dr. Janisse on her continued success at EMU, when you see her.
TRUEMU's latest marketing campaign, "Elevating Communities, Inspiring Generations", features four Psychology faculty members, highlighting the amazing research being done at EMU. Banners featuring 100 faculty researchers will be posted on light posts around campus and Ypsilanti, and on various billboards along major Metro Detroit area freeways and major roads.
In addition to the banners and billboards, seven researchers were highlighted in individual videos, including Dr. Heather Janisse. Click here to watch Dr. Janisse discuss her important research on obesity in at-risk populations.
Ms. Jazmin Rodgers, a junior psychology/human resources double major, was recently selected as one of twelve students from across the nation to present her research at the Council for Opportunity in Education's national conference in Chicago September 9-10, 2013. Ms. Rodgers, a McNair scholar working under the supervision of faculty mentor, Dr. Natalie Dove, began a project entitled "The Influence of Early Life Experiences on the Perceptions of Women in Managerial Positions" last year.
More specifically, the purpose of this research is to examine how early life experiences and upbringing correlate with perceptions of women's roles in the workplace. Within this research, we hypothesize that variables such as one's family and environmental structure, parental roles, and economic influences may mold a woman's performance and affect her ability to perform in an organizational environment. Other hurdles such as gender stereotypes, exclusion from male networks and the pervasive "glass ceiling" may also deter female advancement. This research examines key factors influencing a woman's advancement in the organizational setting. The data could also serve companies as they seek to improve employee morale and maintain a positive environment between all employees.
Ms. Rodgers also presented her research at the 2013 Undergraduate Symposium. Being selected for this conference is an exceptional honor for Ms. Rodgers. Congratulations, Jazmin!
June 19, 2012
EMU Psychology Graduate Student Caitlyn Sorensen participates in Autism Legislation Signing Ceremony
The new law, which went into effect on October 1, 2012, requires insurance companies to pay for autism spectrum disorder diagnosis and treatment for children up to age 18.