Dr. Apryl Alexander has been awarded a three-year, federal grant from the Department of Justice/Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) via their Reducing Risk for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System project, to develop the Denver FIRST Juvenile Justice Project.
Denver FIRST Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dr. Katelyn Hernandez, recently published an entry in the Springer Briefs in Psychology series, A Closer Look at Juvenile Homicide.
Abby Wambach will be in conversation about the power of teamwork in igniting a game-changing transformation within ourselves and in society.
In September Dean Emeritus Dr. Peter Buirski published the second edition of Making Sense Together along with co-authors Pamela Haglund and Emily Markley.
“We only have so much mental energy,” said Dr. Shapiro. “Are you spending it productively?”
MASPP faculty at GSPP began working on a collaboration with FC Bayern more than a year ago, but the results that came this year could not have been more timely for both organizations.
Dr. Mark Aoyogi and Dr. Brian Gearity to discuss mental health and issues that may arise during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Dean Shelly Smith-Acuña, Clinic Director of Sturm Center, Dr. Katy Barrs, and Co-Director of Sport & Performance Psychology and Professor, Dr. Mark Aoyagi, discuss how we can all show up for one another and support each other as we continue to navigate these times.