Colleen M. Schaffner, PhD., School of Humanities and Social Sciences director and Department of Psychology chair, had two papers accepted into high impact peer-reviewed international journals: Proceedings of the Royal Society B, “Not just females: The socio-ecology of social interactions between spider monkey males” and Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, “Variation in communicative complexity in relation to social structure and organization in non-human primates.”

Brian Zulegar, Ph.D., professor sport psychology and graduate program coordinator applied sport psychology, was an instructor for a USATF Coaching Education Cross Country Specialist course where he taught a section on sport psychology for the coaches in the course. There were over 100 coaches from around the country in the course. This a course is based on what Joe I. Vigil, Ph.D., developed and taught for many years.
Brian was a guest the Track and Field Performance podcast and was interviewed for Sports Degrees Online regarding his experience and the applied sport psychology master’s degree program and the coaching master’s degree program.