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Expert of the Month: Dr. Jared Montoya


Expert of the Month: Dr. Jared Montoya – Dr. Jared A. Montoya has been a member of the Behavioral Science faculty at UTB/TSC since 2005. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Social Psychology from Brigham Young University. Dr. Montoya has professional experience working in human resources and personnel selection and has conducted quantitative and qualitative research for non-profit organizations. Dr. Montoya’s research interests focus on gender, culture, and multicultural psychology. He has published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology, Journal of Counseling and Development and the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. His research on multicultural counseling, employment discrimination, misperception, and Hispanic health has been presented at a number of professional conferences. Dr. Montoya teaches courses in Research Methods, Psychology and the Legal System and The Psychology of Gender. Dr. Montoya is the graduate coordinator for the Master of Arts in Psychology program at UTB/TSC.


Jonathan Dee's 'A Thousand Pardons,' reviewed by Ron Charles

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We cringe through the Armsteads' final session of marriage counseling; we recoil as Ben flirts with an attractive young lawyer in his office; we wince as Ben finally runs his blessed life into a ditch. Twenty pages in, he's disgraced and unemployed …
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Which Is the Most Wicked Awesome Law School in Boston?

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We examined how current law students rate their schools in terms of academics, career counseling, financial aid advising, practical/clinical training, and social life. Today we turn to … Lots of emphasis on job training with 4 required co-ops. First …
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