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  • Sophia Walder-Hoge

    When she has the chance to meet professor emeritus Richard Magee, Sophia Walder-Hoge will thank him for being the kind of person who inspires and influences those who study in IUP’s Psychology Department. She’s grateful not only for the mark he left on his department but also for the assistantship that bears his name.

    Sophia chose IUP’s Clinical Psychology doctoral program because of its strong research focus and its impressive clinical training, but the assistantship sealed the deal for her.

    Before coming to IUP, the Yale University graduate spent a year in Istanbul, Turkey, studying gender equality. Her background includes experiences with community psychology, autism, and children. After completing her doctoral degree, she plans to practice clinical psychology, assisting underserved populations.

    Your support of graduate students has helped shape the future’s experts. Graduate students rely on assistantships to help pay their way but also to gain valuable insight into their intense fields of study.

    You may make an immediate gift online by following the link above. Or, get print forms that you may mail to us. Either way, we thank you!

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