American Psychological Association Magazine Features Fisher Project
The APA Monitor, a magazine produced by the American Psychological Association, recently profiled a community-engaged learning project designed by Drs. Kimberly McClure Brenchley, associate professor of psychology, and Lynn Donahue, assistant director of the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement.
The project involved students in McClure Brenchley’s health psychology course who led workshops on stress and coping for expectant and new adolescent mothers in a local shelter. The project won an award from the Social Psychology Network.
The APA Monitor story, Changing the World from the Classroom, highlighted a number of projects from colleges and universities around the country that both teach students about psychology and impact the world around them.