Nadja Schreiber Compo, associate professor in psychology, has had a spectacular summer so far. She recently returned from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden where she was an invited speaker at the Research Unit for Criminal, Legal and Investigative Psychology and presented her line of research on Rapport-Building in Investigative Interviews and was an opponent for a Public Defense of a Doctoral Dissertation on the effects of alcohol and eyewitness memory at the university’s Department of Psychology.
This summer, Schreiber Compo she also co-authored a presentation at the FBI's National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, Behavioral Analysis Units, in Quantico on understanding rapport-building's effect on witness memory. The presenter, Dr. Schreiber Compo's former Ph.D. Worlds Ahead graduate student, Jenna Kieckhaefer, is currently a postdoc with the FBI and will begin her new assistant professor position at California State, Fresno, in the fall. Dr. Kieckhaefer was also the recipient of a $25,000 National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Ph.D. Research Fellowship. Congratulations for all of your recent accomplishments!