Morgan Scully EDUCATION Villanova University

Morgan Scully
[email protected]
(585) 727-0631
Villanova University
Psychology and Criminology Major
Expected Graduation: May 2016
Psychology GPA: 3.89; Criminology GPA: 4.0
Dean’s List (Fall 2012-Spring 2015)
Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology (April 2015-Present)
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (September 2013-Present)
Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medial Honors Society (March 2014-Present)
Dr. DeMatteo’s Forensic Psychology Research Lab (Drexel University)
Research Assistant (January 2015-Present)
 Attend weekly lab meetings discussing our current research endeavors, publications and evaluations
 Assist Ph.D., J.D., and M.S. students with individual research projects
 Learn valuable professional skills including administering psychological tests, proficiency in writing,
and the ethical standards of psychologists
Coatesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Research Assistant (Beginning Fall 2015)
 Engage in research regarding the various mental and behavioral issues among veterans
 Specialize in recruiting veterans for research studies
Nolan’s Rental
Full time summer employee (2012-2015)
 Developed organizational and teamwork skills preparing orders for party supply rentals
Villanova University Cheerleading Team
 Cheered for football and basketball games and was a part of the National competition team (2012-2015)
 Volunteered at Special Olympics, Day of Service, and many other Villanova and Philadelphia
community events on a weekly basis
Alpha Chi Omega
 Member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority at Villanova (Spring 2013- Present)
 Volunteers and participates in philanthropic events raising awareness for domestic violence
Odyssey of the Mind
 Member of a team oriented creative problem solving program (2003-2012)
Challenged to solve spontaneous problems given particular limits within a set amount of time
Lead team to State Competition 7 times and 5 time competitor at the World Finals Competition
Psychological Assessment: Research pertaining to the validity of assessment tools
Mentally ill offenders: Adults and children who are involved or at risk of becoming involved with the
criminal justice system
 SPSS Statistics: Familiar with IBM SPSS Statistics data entry and analyses tools
Interpersonal Skills: Experience working well in groups with people of varying backgrounds