News and Events
The GISP lab welcomes Fall 2022 RAs – Taryn Green, Lorin Harris, Kaden Litzinger, Patrick Marquet, Alex Olper, Mariana Rodrigues, & Kevin Wang. We appreciate your contributions to our research!
Congrats to Dr. Hyun Joon Park who became in August 2022 the third member of the GISP lab to earn a Ph.D. We are excited for Dr. Park’s transition to his new role as an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Connecticut College.
Congratulations and a fond farewell to Nicole Horner, who is leaving her role as GISP lab manager for the past two years to begin as a Ph.D. student in social psychology at Princeton University! Congrats, Nicole! We’ll miss you!
Congrats to Dr. Peter Ruberton, who is leaving his position as a postdoctoral scholar with the GISP lab to start a new role as a behavioral researcher for Edward Jones. We are very appreciative for Peter’s scholarship and collegiality and wish him the best of luck moving forward.
Congratulations to our graduating undergraduate research assistants, Varun Rajan & Jessica Sunds! Thanks for your work in the lab and good luck in your future careers!
Peter gave the talk, Belonging Intervention Mitigates Daily Psychological Threats Among Female PhD Students, at #SPSP2022 as part of a symposium organized by Jonathan and Peter on the social psychology of doctoral education.
Hyun Joon gave a talk on Academic Integration and Interpersonal Disconnection Among Lower SES Ph.D. Students at #SPSP2022 as part of a symposium organized by Jonathan and Peter on the social psychology of doctoral education.
Jason presented his poster, Concealment Predicts Straight Men’s Honesty Assessments of Sexual Minority Men, co-authored with Jonathan, at #SPSP2022!
Samantha gave a talk on Using Latent Class Analysis to Predict Doctoral Student Attrition Risk at #SPSP2022 as part of a symposium organized by Jonathan and Peter on the social psychology of doctoral education.
Jonathan gave a talk on the Psychology of Incoming Ph.D. Students by Race, Gender, & SES at #SPSP2022 as part of a symposium organized by Jonathan and Peter on the social psychology of doctoral education.
Jonathan was the keynote speaker at Penn State Greater Allegheny’s inaugural All Campus Day, a professional development and strategic planning initiative in August 2021.
Jonathan gave an invited talk on the Science of Inclusion to instructors in Penn State’s Learning Edge Academic Program, which is designed to help students successfully make the transition to college.
Jonathan spoke to members of the Equity Pedagogy Network in the Eberly College of Science at Penn State on the Science of Inclusion .
Jonathan spoke to Penn State’s Undergraduate Education Council on the Science of Inclusion.
GISP lab RA, Allis Choi, presented the poster, Person-Environment Fit Predicts Better Psychological and Performance Outcomes for Ph.D. Students., co-authored with Jonathan, Peter, and Hyun Joon, at #SPSP2021!
Jason presented the poster, Unpacking Male Non-Heterosexuality: Implications of Sexual Identification for Perceptions of Stigma, Concealment Behaviors, and Well-Being, co-authored with Jonathan, at #SPSP2021!
Samantha presented the poster, Identifying Ph.D. Students at Risk of Attrition: A Latent Class Analysis Approach, co-authored with Jonathan and Peter, at #SPSP2021!
Samantha presented the poster, Leveraging Latent Class Analysis to Explore the Effects of Belonging and Values-Affirmation Interventions in Doctoral Students, co-authored with Jonathan and Peter, at the Intervention Science Preconference of #SPSP2021!