Winners of the Division 51 Graduate Student Innovative Research Scholarship Announced
Updated: Jul 5
Nicholas C. Borgogna M.A. and Alyssa Dye M.A. have been selected as the 2020 winners of the division 51 graduate student innovative research scholarship. Nicholas C. Borgogna in a doctoral candidate in the combined-integrated clinical and counseling psychology Ph.D. program at the University of South Alabama. Alyssa Dye is a doctoral student in the counseling psychology Ph.D. program at the University of Kansas. Both winners will receive $500 to support novel research studies.
Their study titles are: "Might Precarious Masculinity be Related to Men’s Propensity to Own Firearms?" (Borgogna) and "Perceptions of Paternal Perinatal Depression and Help-Seeking Pathways" (Dye).
Results from their research is anticipated to be presented at the upcoming 2020 American Psychological Association convention in Washington D.C.
Nicholas C. Borgogna