People

Glasscock Undergraduate Scholars

Lincoln El-Amin

Department of English
Texas A&M University

Lincoln-Abdullah El-Amin is an undergraduate English major at Texas A&M University.  He is a 2019 Glasscock Summer Scholar focusing on Marginalized Groups and Individual Differences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective of Social Dynamics.  As a Summer Scholar, Lincoln conducted original social science research for the first time exploring the impact social media has on the relationship between racial discrimination and psychological distress.  Lincoln’s results suggest that social media does impact the relationship between discrimination and psychological distress.  Among those who report higher levels of discrimination, those who also report social media usage have lower levels of distress.  After graduating in 2020, Lincoln plans to pursue a Master’s of Fine Arts in Creative Writing.

Chloe Harrison

Department of Classics
Texas A&M University

Chloe Harrison is an undergraduate Classics major at Texas A&M University.  She is a 2019 Glasscock Summer Scholar focusing on Marginalized Groups and Individual Differences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective of Social Dynamics.  As a Summer Scholar, Chloe conducted original social science research for the first time exploring whether neighborhood cohesion buffers the impact of gender discrimination on psychological distress.  Her research suggests that women who report higher levels of gender discrimination are more likely to experience psychological distress and that neighborhood cohesion decreases the likelihood of experiencing psychological distress. Additionally, her findings indicate that neighborhood cohesion acts as a social support network and buffers the impact of discrimination on psychological distress. After graduating in 2021, Chloe plans to purse an advanced degree is Classical Latin.

Undergraduate Research Assistants

Academic Year 2019-2020

We strongly encourage students enrolled in ANY major to get involved in psychology research and in our lab’s research activities.

We invite you to apply for a position as an undergraduate Research Assistant. Just send your PSYC 485 and PSYC 491 requests and questions, via email, to acsdiversitysciences@tamu.edu.

Academic Year 2018-2019

  • Andy Arceo
  • Benjamin Price

Academic Year 2017-2018

  • Zanbria Asante
  • Tara Boone
  • Kayla Crump
  • Katherine Sawczyn
  • Xochitl Fuentes
  • Breanna Hernandez
  • Nadia Woods

Academic Year 2016-2017

  • Jamyia Barrett
  • Samantha Cruz
  • McKenzie Harrison
  • Haley Harvey
  • Edgar Gonzalez
  • Yael Lara
  • Celeste Martinez
  • Sara Nance

 

Academic Year 2015-2016

  • Meron Haile
  • McKenzie Harrison
  • Sara Nance
  • Lori Schuetze
  • Catherine Stephenson
  • Maiya Whiteside
  • Kate Whitley
  • Austin Wilcox

 

Academic Year 2014-2015

  • Hayley Constance
  • Jenna Marek
  • Stephanie Nunez
  • Erica Ramsey
  • Lori Schuetze
  • Thomas Vasquez
  • Kyana Wiggins

 

Academic Year 2013-2014

  • Teysha Bowser
  • Erin Okeson
  • Brianna Perez
  • Cara Rzucidio
  • Erin Sellars
  • Ashlyn Zavodny

 

Academic Year 2012-2013

  • Teysha Bowser
  • Carlton Bushnell
  • Erin Okeson
  • Kelsey Pruett
  • Cara Rzucidio
  • Erin Sellars
  • Ashlyn Zavodny
  • Meghan Zimmer

 

Academic Year 2011-2012

  • Bravlio Alvarado
  • Teysha Bowser
  • Jackie Ellsworth
  • Elizabeth Lacombe
  • Benjamin Lewis
  • Peter Newman
  • Evelyn Teng