Category Archives: Faculty Achievements

Dr. Patrick Quinn Receives the Major Caraveo National Service Award from Division 55 of the American Psychological Association

Dr. Patrick Quinn, interim director of the Clinical Psychopharmacology post-doctoral program in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology (CEP) of the College of Education, was presented with a national award from Division 55 of the American Psychological Association. Division 55 is the American Society for the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy. The award was The Major Caraveo…
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Spotlight: Dr. Anna Lopez

Anna Lopez was one of 11 faculty presented the Donald C. Roush Award for teaching excellence.  Eleven faculty members received the Donald C. Roush Award at this Spring’s Convocation. Named for a former NMSU executive vice president in recognition of his 34 years of supporting teaching improvement at NMSU, the annual Roush awards recognize NMSU…
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NMSU research team emphasizes mindfulness to deal with stress, life challenges

Several years ago, New Mexico State University professor Eve Adams began feeling stressed and in need of something to improve her well-being. “I was pretty much burnt out and feeling like I needed something to help replenish me,” Adams said. Adams used her sabbatical leave to attend workshops on mindfulness, and a new idea for…
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Perceived Discrimination, Intergenerational Family Conflicts, and Depressive Symptoms in Foreign-Born and U.S.-Born Asian American Emerging Adults

Asian American Journal of Psychology, Vol 6 No 2, (June 2015) Feature Article:Perceived Discrimination, Intergenerational Family Conflicts, and Depressive Symptoms in Foreign-Born and U.S.-Born Asian American Emerging Adults by Hsiu-Lan Cheng (New Mexico State University), Shu-Ping Lin (Tamkang University, New Taipei City, Taiwan) & Chu Hui Cha (New Mexico State University) Do you think your…
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NMSU’s Counseling Psychology program featured in national report

A health care program at New Mexico State University that not only provides care to underserved communities but also trains health care workers to be more culturally aware is receiving national recognition. The Ph.D. Program in Counseling Psychology, part of the Counseling & Educational Psychology department in the College of Education, was recently featured in…
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On the front lines of behavioral health care

By Rebecca Voelker October 2013 Mental health professionals are scarce in Doña Ana County, N.M., a federally designated health professional shortage area. “The most recent estimate is that there are 100 psychiatrists for 2 million people” in the state, says Christina Vento, PsyD, training director in New Mexico State University’s psychopharmacology program. The New Mexico…
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