Dr. Camacho was nominated for the Distinguished Teaching Prize at John Jay College.
Dr. Camacho presented his research on how displaying national symbols on clothing increases the perceived ethnic and civic nationalism of Latino Americans at the 2023 conference for the Society of Experimental Social Psychology (SESP) in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dr. Camacho published a manuscript in the Journal of Social Psychology, entitled “Neighborhood ethnic composition and social identity threat: The mediating role of perceived discrimination.”
Haniya was selected to attend the Summer Institute in Computational Social Sciences (SICSS) at NYU-Silver (2023)
Haniya is co-author onn a manuscript accepted for publication at Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, entitled "Of Christians, Jews, and Muslims: When gender is unspecified, the default is men."
Bryant is a co-author on a chapter recently published in The International Handbook of Gender Beliefs, Stereotype Threat, and Teacher Expectations (2023)
Haniya’s poster “They’re out to get us!: Investigating the impact of stigma salience on conspiracy endorsement" was accepted for presentation at SPSP main conference and was awarded 2nd place ribbon for best graduate research poster - San Diego 2024
Haniya won a $500 travel award support from CUNY
Haniya gave an invited talk on Stigma and Conspiracy Endorsement at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Bryant’s poster “Examining Psychological Factors Related to First Generation College Students' Success: The Role of Social Support, Belonging & Family Achievement Guilt” was accepted for presentation at SPSP main conference - San Diego 2024
Bryant’s poster “Where do I Belong?: Experiences of Epistemic Exclusion & Family Achievement Guilt Among PhD Students” was accepted for presentation at SPSP Self and Identity Preconference - San Diego 2024
Haniya was selected to be a Junior Scholar at the Stone Center for research on socio-economic inequality and awarded $5000 in fellowship.