Associate professor of psychology Peggy Keller's research explores how school start times affect student performance.
Students from a variety of departments in the College of Arts & Sciences were recently named Chellgren Fellows.
Looking toward a future that protects women and decreases violence, in 2014 the College of Arts & Sciences created the Office for Policy Studies on Violence Against Women (OPSVAW) to the College.
Professor Peter R. Giancola and graduate student Aaron Duke have found an unexpected relation between spiritual beliefs, violence, and alcohol consumption.
Sophomore psychology major Kara McCord recently won one of the 2014 Noba Student Video Award top prizes, awarded by the Diener Education Fund and Noba Psychology.
In "Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue: How to Raise Your Kids Free of Gender Stereotypes," A&S faculty member Christia Spears Brown explores how parents can truly validate their children's unique strengths.
Emily Holsopple, a biology major and member of the UK rifle team, was recently awarded the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Dr. Melody Carswell, a professor of psychology and associate director of the Vis Center, explores the relationship between humans and technology.
Assistant professor of psychology Will Gervais explores the psychology behind superstition.