November 2019: check out the new Duke Learning Innovation blog post about “New Research on Team-Based Learning” written by BRITE Practicum student Malorie Lipstein!
October 2019: check out the new Duke Learning Innovation blog post on “Improving Student Learning: One Nudge at a Time” written by BRITE Practicum students Malorie Lipstein and Haley Blank!
September 2019: “Is stress always bad?” Check out Dr. Bridgette Hard’s YouTube video produced by Duke University Communications to learn about how reframing our ideas about stress can reduce its harmful impacts!
September 2019: Dr. Bridgette Hard receives the faculty seed grant from the Charles Lafitte Foundation for the Program for Research in Psychology & Neuroscience!
July 2019: The BRITElab would like to welcome its new Research Coordinator, Vivian Iva! Vivian just graduated from Duke University with a double-major in Visual Arts and Psychology. She will be overseeing the operations of all of our projects as well as providing support to our undergraduate collaborators.
July 2019: BRITElab undergrad researchers Michelle Wong and Jingxuan Liu presented their summer research projects at the VIP poster session. VIP is a great opportunity for students to get a head-start on research for Graduation with Distinction. Both Michelle and Jing’s projects are being developed into research articles that they will co-author!
March and April, 2019: BRITElab thesis students Katie Herrmann and Anna Jenkins defends their thesis projects for Graduation with Distinction in Psychology.
March, 2019: Dr. Bridgette Hard is featured in the Society for the Teaching of Psychology’s “This is How I Teach” Blog.
January 2019: Check out Dr. Bridgette Hard’s recent article in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology with Shannon Brady (Wake Forest) and BRITElab alum Joshua Lovett.
January 2019: Katie Herrmann and Natasha Parikh present BRITElab research at the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology.
Oct 2018: Brenda Yang and Christina Bejjani receive a Graduate/Postdoc Grant Award from the Charles Lafitte Foundation Program for Research in Psychology & Neuroscience for their BRITElab research on “Intelligence Mindsets Across Classrooms“.
Oct 2018: Dr. Bridgette Hard receives faculty seed grant from the Charles Lafitte Foundation for Program for Research in Psychology & Neuroscience.