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Dr. Collins highlighted in two Seattle periodicals
Congratulations to Dr. Susan E. Collins. Her research was mentioned in two Seattle periodicals in early October.
This feature in Crosscut discusses our work with low-barrier, harm reduction housing and celebrates the awesome work some of our community-based partners do: https://crosscut.com/2019/09/after-15-years-seattles-radical-experiment-no-barrier-housing-still-saving-lives
This article in Seattle’s main weekly, The Stranger, cites our work in why giving people experiencing homelessness access to coffee doesn’t contribute to homelessness: https://www.thestranger.com/slog/2019/10/02/41564050/caffe-vita-employees-say-theyre-getting-fired-for-feeding-old-pastries-to-homeless-peopleRead Story
Dr. Fournier’s Research Covered by Psychology Today
Congratulations to Dr. Fournier whose research on precrastination was covered in a news article by Psychology Today.
Amy Nusbaum Receives CLASP Award
Congratulations to Amy Nusbaum. She is the recipient of this year’s CLASP Award (Critical Literacies Achievement & Success). The award will be presented at the OUE ceremony April 24 from 3-4:30.Read Story
Austin Lau presented at Western Psychological Association Conference
Austin Lau presented his research “Sensorimotor Deficits and Associated Behavioral Features in ASD/ADHD as Predictors of Cognitive Functioning in Preschoolers”, at the Western Psychological Association Conference in Pasadena.Read Story
Main Office Summer Hours
Beginning 5/13/2016, the Main Office will be operating under summer hours and will be open the following hours: 7:30- 12:00, 12:30-4: 00 M-F. Anytime Sheryl is on vacation, the hours will revert back to 8-5.Read Story