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Julie Hurd ISTSS Award
Julie Hurd, a Trauma Track Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology at UCCS, and who is working in the lab of Dr. Charles Benight at the Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience, recently won...
Smiling Students in College
UCCS senior, Aja Zamundu, with mentorship from Dr. Heather Littleton, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of Research Operations at the Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience, had the opportunity to...
Grief Support Flyer
The Institue has partnered with local non-profit, Voices of Grief, for a 2-day event on grief and mourning. The event is being presented by author, educator, grief counselor, and founder of the...
Photo of Dr. Heather Littleton Photo
The Institute's Dr. Heather Littleton was recently featured in a story on Fox21 News about the new 9-8-8 phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The shortened...
Lane Center at UCCS
The Institute’s GRIT program has continued to grow since its creation in 2020 and has recently expanded into 2 additional countries and 1 additional U.S. state. The program launched shortly after...
Institute Publications
Below is a list of several of the recent research papers coming out of the Lyda Hill Institue for Human Resilience...
Photo of Dr. Carolyn Yeager
After an arduous selection process, Dr. Carolyn Yeager was named as one of thirty mHealth Scholars for 2022. The competition for this honor is fierce, and this year, over 250 highly qualified professionals applied. According to the...
Photo of Dr. Heather Littleton Photo
Heather Littleton, Director of Research Operations at the Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience was recently quoted in The Guardian, one of the UK's major news outlets. Dr. Littleton's inclusion in an article...
Reclaiming our Sacredness Image
Institute Affiliate and Associate Professor in the School of Public Affairs at UCCS, Dr. Anna Kosloski, in partnership with Bridget Diamond-Welch, Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the University of South Dakota...
KOAA-GRIT Screenshot 3-2-2022
The Institute's GRIT program recently had the honors of being featured on the 5:00 p.m. news, after being awarded nearly $400k in funding to expand the program within the Pikes Peak region. The GRIT program...
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