Category Archives: Organizational Psychology & Leadership

Get Excited

I am back and feeling much more lively than last week! I have successfully completed my Capstone and now just under a week and the rest of my field placement stand between me and my degree! It’s so hard to … Continue reading

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Applying to MSPP for My MAOP

I wrote in my first ever post about how I chose organizational psychology and MSPP. What I didn’t detail was what it was like applying, playing the waiting game, and finally getting accepted! There are all different paths that people … Continue reading

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I <3 Experiential Education

As many of you may know already, experiential education is one of MSPP’s core values.  This played a large factor in my decision to attend MSPP.  In undergrad, I participated in a co-op program and now I am an assistant … Continue reading

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FINAL COUNTDOWN

I, and the rest of my cohort in the 2013 MAOP program, am almost done!!   Yes, done done, with the WHOLE program- as everyone keeps asking, since it seems like I only just started! That’s the beauty of an … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jerri Lynn Hogg

Dr. Jerri Lynn Hogg is an adjunct faculty member teaching Media Psychology courses at MSPP. Since Dr. Hogg has recently joined the MSPP family, I was asked to a do a faculty spotlight blog post on her. Dr. Hogg actually … Continue reading

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Assumptions

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about assumptions. As psychologists, we always have to be aware of our assumptions.  No matter what kind of psychology you practice, you have to be aware of your assumptions about your clients, the world, … Continue reading

Posted in Organizational Psychology & Leadership, Personal Growth

Jen’s 2012 Wrap Up

2012 has been a busy year for me.  I started the year off on vacation in Ohio with close friends.  After that, it was back to the grindstone.  In the spring, I started to think about going back to school, … Continue reading

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Connections

This past Saturday, I went to MSPP for the first time ever. I know, I know… I am an MSPP student, I live in Newton, what’s the deal? Well, with a busy work schedule and demanding classes, I never seemed … Continue reading

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Not Yes

You guys, I think the secret is out. Busy people get things done. Who knew? Apparently lots of people, even in Franklin’s time. This is what keeps us busy people so busy. Right now, I may be the busiest I … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving, Grad School Style

Wow, that title alone has put Gangnam Style in my head… Do I sense a parody video?! One of my friends has recently begun to call me SN, for Super Nerd. This is not strictly based on my enrollment in … Continue reading

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