Entries by admin

Kirsten Christensen awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Kirsten Christensen, a second year clinical psychology student in the Rhodeslab, has been selected for a highly competitive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Kirsten plans to explore the long-term influence of high school coach support. This work will build on a study that Kirsten conducted, in which she drew on the Ad Health data to explore […]

Kirsten Christensen awarded UMass Beacon Fellowship

On May 2, several students and student organizations were honored at the 26th Annual Beacon Leadership Awards. Of the over 115 nominations, 17 awards were given across 11 categories. https://www.umb.edu/news/detail/student_leaders_honored_at_beacon_leadership_awards

“Who Knows Me the Best and Can Encourage Me the Most?”: Matching and Early Relationship Development in Youth-Initiated Mentoring Relationships with System-Involved Youth

Spencer, R., Gowdy, G., Drew, A. L. Rhodes, J. E., (2018). “Who Knows Me the Best and Can Encourage Me the Most?”: Matching and Early Relationship Development in Youth-Initiated Mentoring Relationships with System-Involved Youth (2018). Journal of Adolescent Research, 1-20. [PDF]