Jennifer L. Keller named a Distinguished Fellow by the UC Irvine Center for Law & Psychology

August 27, 2014  |   Uncategorized   |     |   Comments Off on Jennifer L. Keller named a Distinguished Fellow by the UC Irvine Center for Law & Psychology

Jennifer L. Keller has been named a Distinguished Fellow by the UC Irvine Center for Law & Psychology for 2014-15.

The Distinguished Fellows Program is the premier professional engagement program of the UC Irvine Center for Psychology and Law. Its purpose is to connect senior community leaders to graduate students and alumni in psychology and law.  Distinguished Fellows are invited to contribute their time and expertise through serving on the Center’s Advisory Board, providing professional mentorship of two to three current graduate students, collaborating with Center faculty to provide a “Views By Two” presentation, and attending a policy briefing.

Students who participate in the program are selected in a competitive process and matched to a Fellow at the recommendation of the graduate advisors and faculty. The goal of this partnership is to provide a professional mentorship that will greatly supplement students’ academic course of study.

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