Jaida Ellis

Prince George’s County, Maryland native Jaida Ellis transferred to Elizabeth City State University in Fall 2018. In the summer of 2019, the psychology major was chosen by her department’s Head to assist in a Department of Homeland Security funded project that examined the mental health effects of hurricanes in Northeastern North Carolina. Since the summer research, Ms. Ellis has presented her findings at conferences and to her college peers. Her team’s project and results have also been featured on the DHS and DHS affiliated web pages. Having now received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Ms. Ellis plans to pursue her Ph.D. in Social Psychology with a concentration on cultural and environmental concepts in the area.

There are 1 included publications by Jaida Ellis :

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How Else Can We Weather the Storm? An Exploration of Mental Health Effects of Hurricanes in Northeastern North Carolina 2020 62 First and foremost, I would like to thank my research advisors Drs. Kulwinder Kaur-Walkerand André P Stevenson for guiding and encouraging me through this process. I would especiallylike to thank Dr. Kaur-Walker for selecting me for the 2019 DHS Summ...