Shawn Bubany Wins Graduate Student Research Award

Dear Psychology Colleagues,

Here is some very good news about one of our graduate students.

Shawn Bubany (Psychology Graduate Student; advisor Jo-Ida C. Hansen)
is the recipient of the 2011 Society of Vocational Psychology (SVP)
Graduate Student Research Award. The award is the highest honor that
SVP bestows upon graduate students. Specifically, the award is
recognition of Shawn's meta-analytic research on teh stability of
interests which recently was published in the Journal of Vocational
Behavior (Bubany, S., & Hansen, J.C. - Birth cohort change in the
vocational interests of female and male college students).

Please join me in congratulating Shawn for this excellent recognition!


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