Representatives of Texas A&M International University’s College of Arts and Sciences’ department of Behavioral, Applied Sciences and Criminal Justice discussed collaborative opportunities with their counterparts from the Universidad de Monterrey’s (UDEM) department of psychology recently. The two departments have been collaborating on research studies of personality traits of undergraduates at both universities. In the future, the group hopes to see UDEM students come to TAMIU for graduate study in its Masters in Counseling and Psychology while TAMIU undergraduates may study at the Monterrey campus. Left to right are Dr. Bonnie Rudolph, TAMIU associate professor; Mary Chavez, TAMIU adjunct faculty; Hermelinda Leal Treviño, UDEM associate professor, Dr. Nasser Momayezi, dean, College of Arts and Sciences; María del Refugio Garrido, UNEM chair of the psychology department, and Dr. John Kilburn, TAMIU associate professor and chair, department of Behavioral, Applied Sciences and Criminal Justice.
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