Shape the Future Today

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Shape the Future Today Fund in Psychology

Funds raised will be used for timely or most-pressing needs within the Department of Psychology. Most recently, the Shape the Future Today Fund has been used to support graduate student conference travel and research. Until the time comes to resume travelling, there will be a concentration on upcoming fellowships for the Summer and Fall sessions. Research support is also important for graduate students who conduct independent pilot studies to help develop their dissertation proposals, purchase equipment, and/or pay subjects to participate in their research.

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Shape the Future Today Fund in Psychology

Funds raised will be used for timely or most-pressing needs within the Department of Psychology. Most recently, the Shape the Future Today Fund has been used to support graduate student conference travel and research. Until the time comes to resume travelling, there will be a concentration on upcoming fellowships for the Summer and Fall sessions. Research support is also important for graduate students who conduct independent pilot studies to help develop their dissertation proposals, purchase equipment, and/or pay subjects to participate in their research.

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Tina Schweizer

Tina H. Schweizer

I am grateful to the Alumni Advisory Board for providing me with travel funds to support my attendance to the Annual Anxiety and Depression Conference. During a poster session, I presented my study that found that a common cognitive vulnerability representing general maladaptive thinking patterns (e.g., overly negative, self-focused beliefs) related to a breadth of mental health problems (depression, anxiety, aggression, conduct, attention issues), and particularly to symptoms that are specific to depression and anxiety among youth.