Professor Coppock selected for summer institute program 

Jacqueline Coppock, PsyD, Assistant Professor of Psychology, has been selected to participate in the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) Psychology Summer Institute (PSI) program.

The American Psychological Association MFP is an innovative, comprehensive and coordinated training, mentoring and career development program that enhances the psychological and behavioral outcomes of ethnic minority communities. 

This program provides a week-long, intensive professional development experience aimed at early career psychologists and advanced doctoral students of psychology.

As part of this opportunity, Dr. Coppock will be matched with a mentor to develop goals for a project and career with her mentor and receive daily assignments from her mentor and various presenters.