Glendon celebrates its first science grad in Psychology

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In 2015, Glendon introduced its first-ever science degree with options in psychology and biology. Just one year later, the campus celebrated its first graduate of the program – Fatima Zadra, a transfer student from Rhônes-Alpes, France. Coming from l’Université Grenoble with a background in psychology and biology, Ms. Zadra discovered the campus through a current Glendonite. Read More


Glendon Psychologist elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association

December 11, 2015

With over 100,000 members, the APA appointed Dr. Young along with 112 other scholars in 2015.  Fellow status is a special distinction bestowed upon an APA member for their outstanding and unusual contributions in the field of psychology. “Professor Young’s election by the American Psychological Association is a tremendous acknowledgement of his ground-breaking work on Read More


Prestigious award announced for Professor Gerald Young

A prestigious award has been announced for Glendon College Psychologist and Professor Gerald Young. The Traumatic Stress Section of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) has accepted and approved Young’s nomination for its Lifetime Achievement Award – the highest level of achievement in the field. His nomination comes after a dedicated career in the field, and Read More