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Awards & Accomplishments

The following ITP Fellows successfully defended their dissertations in spring and summer 2019.

Stacy Priniski (Psychology): “Helping Underrepresented Students Find Prosocial Value in STEM: An Intersectional Approach to Utility-Value Interventions.”

Garret Hall (Educational Psychology): “Modeling Associations of English Proficiency and Working Memory with Mathematics Growth: Implications for RTI.”

Jaymes Pyne (Sociology): “Contingent Socialization and the Process of Engagement in School”.

Sally Wu (Educational Psychology): “How Drawing Prompts Can Help Students Learn Visual-Spatial Content in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).”

Alex Schmidt (Sociology): “Examining the Effects of a Need-Based Grant Offer through Machine Learning: Impacts, Targeting, and Prediction.”

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