Scholarly Support: Dr. Jennifer Yanowitz and Dr. Arlene Lundquist
Utica alumni reflect on the professors who made a lasting impact.
The psychology department at Utica has an outstanding roster of professors that truly care about their students and are willing to go the extra mile for them.
I am particularly grateful for Dr. Jennifer Yanowitz, who sparked my love of social psychology when I took her class freshman year. She served as a mentor to me throughout my time at Utica; she gave me opportunities to do research, serve as a teaching assistant, and get her advice as I navigated applying for psychology PhD programs. I am so glad I took her awesome class my freshman year and can’t imagine where I would be without her impact!
I am also grateful for Dr. Arlene Lundquist, with whom I took several courses during my time at Utica. She, too, served as a mentor to me in both psychology research and life, and was always welcoming if I needed to chat. Both of these women are incredible scholars, brilliant professors, and most importantly, they genuinely care about their students. Some of my fondest memories at Utica are of our conversations, and I do not take it for granted that they went above and beyond to remain supportive of me throughout my time in a PhD program. When I was having a rough day with my dissertation, I knew they were rooting for me, and that really made a difference.
I know I am who I am today because of their impact, and I am so appreciative of them both.
- Dr. Elaine Paravati Harrigan ’15; Oneida, NY
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