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This summer, rising 2L Nia Bronner has returned to the Law School's Ronald H. Brown Prep Program as a teaching assistant. “It’s important to me to be part of the program this summer because this is my community,” she says. “I want all 21 students I work with as a teaching assistant to become lawyers one day. I want them to know that they belong in the legal profession and in law school."
Drs. Jeffrey Nevid and Beverly Greene, Professors of Psychology at St. John’s University, and co-author Dr. Spencer Rathus, were recently honored by the American Psychological Association (APA), as their textbook, Abnormal Psychology in a Changing World (9th edition, Pearson Education 2014), was the winner of Division 56’s Best Abnormal Psychology Textbook Presentation of Child Maltreatment Award, 2015.
On a snowy day in March, undergraduate Psychology students from St. John’s University’s Staten Island Campus traveled down to Philadelphia, PA.
In recognition of her work promoting multicultural psychology and “illuminating the mental health issues of underrepresented communities,” Beverly Greene, Ph.D., professor of psychology, has received the 2015 Henry Tomes Award for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Psychology.