The LAS Staff Awards recognizes outstanding staff members for their contributions to the college.
- The LEAP Award is granted to distinguished early-career faculty at the University of Illinois who demonstrate the highest caliber of academic achievement.
- Professor Diane Beck, along with a team of researchers from around the world, received a grant from the NSF to fund the activities of the Females of Vision et al. (FoVea).
- Founded in 1904, the Society of Experimental Psychologists is the oldest and one of the most prestigious honorary societies in Psychology.
- Monica Fabiani and Gabriele Gratton both awarded Society of Psychophysiological Research's Highest HonorDr.s Monica Fabiani and Gabriele Gratton have become the first collaborating scientists awarded the Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology award by the Society for Psychophysiological Rese
- The Society for Personality and Social Psychology bestowed Dr.
- Professor Alejandro Lleras, along with a team of researchers from around the country, receives a grant from the NSF to fund the activities of the SPARK society. The SPARK Society’s mission is to es
- We are proud to announce the following grants have been awarded to faculty in the Psychology Department over the Fall 2020 semester.
- Psychology Professors Sepideh Sadaghiani and Wendy Heller receive NIH funding to investigate how inherent brain oscillations relate to cognition.
- Wendy Heller was selected as this year’s winner of the Executive Officer Distinguished Leadership Award.
- Five undergraduate students have been selected to receive Beckman Institute Awards. They will be honored for their achievements at a ceremony in May.
- Mikhail Lyubansky has been selected to receive the 2017 Larine Y.
- Donald Swift (1924-1993) was the first student to graduate from the University of Illinois using the services of the Disability Resources & Educational Services program.
- Miatta Echetebu Wins the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Policy Fellowship; Minority Fellowship Program"The APA MFP is an innovative, comprehensive and coordinated training, mentoring and career development program that enhances psychological and behavioral outcomes of ethnic minority communities.
- This award provides support for advanced graduate and post-doctoral scholars whose research is focused on Native American children's development.