Beverly Iniguez Conrique
Graduate Student, Dr. Binning
Department of Psychology
Broadly, I am interested in how individuals process information about the world via their group memberships and social identities, and how these processes in turn relate and contribute to systemic inequities in education and politics. Additionally, I am interested in the use of applied research to improve societal problems and to further inform social psychological theory for subsequent applied research.
Kudos to Doug Getty (graduate student with Scott Fraundorf) who was awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Also, three other current LRDC members received an Honorable Mention: Beverly Iniguez Conrique (graduate student with Kevin Binning), Quentin King-Shepard (graduate student with Tim Nokes-Malach), and Andrea Tovar (HMB fellow with Natasha Tokowicz).
Beverly Conrique, Pitt Year of Creativity award recipient for "Improv’ing Democracy: Fostering Intergroup Dialogue in Political Contexts Using Improvisational Theater."
March 9, 2020
K. Leroy Irvis Fellowship: Provides a substantial stipend, a full-tuition scholarship, and supplemental funds to be used for travel, research, and other academic expenses during the first year of graduate study. Awarded August 2018 by Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.