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OLP Student Instructs Microaggression Workshops for WJC Faculty

Tonya Echols brought her professional and personal experiences to a workshop on microaggressions in collaboration with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

What's Going on With the Windows?

With classes back in-session on campus, those who have returned to the building these past few weeks may have noticed something different about the exterior – namely, that one room in one corner of the building on the second floor looks to be missing its windows. Those windows are missing, but for...

Student Spotlight: Felicia Agbanyo, Bachelor's Completion Program

Felicia Agbanyo, a student in the Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Human Services completion program, has worked in group homes for individuals with disabilities for the past 11 years. She was inspired to follow in her mother’s footsteps and enter the field after seeing the positive impact...

Season's Greetings From William James College

William James College will be closed Friday, December 24, through Friday, December 31, 2021, giving our community time and opportunity to rest and reconnect with loved ones during the holiday season. We wish all members of our community, and the communities we serve, a happy holiday season.

Black Mental Health Graduate Academy Honors Founding Cohort, Welcomes New Members, at Graduation Ceremony

This fall, the Black Mental Health Graduate Academy celebrated the graduation of 14 scholars.

Holiday Donation Drives Support Local Non-Profits

Two donation drives, organized by WJC community members, brought the community together to show support for local non-profits ahead of the upcoming holiday season.

Student Spotlight: Olivia Fenty, Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Olivia Fenty, a first-year student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program with a concentration in African and Caribbean Mental Health chose an educational path that would allow her to study diversity and accessibility, while also working to reduce stigma and further the national conversation...

Veteran Day Event Invites Conversation, Reflection on Military and Educational Experience

An event held on November 12, and hosted by the Military and Veterans Psychology (MVP) concentration and the Train Vets to Treat Vets (TVTV) program, brought together students and graduates as panelists for a discussion where they reflected on their service and how skills gained or developed through...

Veterans Bring Experiences to–and Find Support in–Military Programs on Campus

According to the National Counsel for Mental Wellbeing, thirty percent of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan experienced a subsequent mental health condition.

Organizational and Leadership Psychology Department Welcomes New Leadership Team

OLP welcomed several new leaders to the team this fall. Dr. Suzanne Devlin named Department Chair.

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