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Kelsey Clayback

Alumni of University of Dayton
I am a fourth year undergraduate student majoring in Psychology at the University of Dayton with a cumulative GPA of 3.93. I am highly interested in areas of psychological research, particularly involving children and development. I have participated in ongoing research with the Institute for Autism Research at Canisius College and the Development and Learning Lab at the University of Dayton. These research experiences have played an integral role in furthering my passion for and knowledge of psychology and research. My goal is to obtain a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with a focus in applied research and developmental psychology. My eventual goal is to pursue a career in research
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Kelsey Clayback Named to Spring 2017 Dean's List

Congratulations, Kelsey, you earned a spot on the spring 2017 dean's list, which honors undergraduate students achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester. Your hard work and commitment to academ...

June, 15 2017 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback Earns University of Dayton Degree

Kelsey Clayback is among the nearly 1,400 undergraduates receiving degrees from the University of Dayton during the spring commencement ceremony.

June, 15 2017 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback Contributes to Day of University-wide Learning and Scholarship

Kelsey Clayback was among the approximately 1,100 University of Dayton students participating in the University's 2017 Bro. Joseph W. Stander Symposium. The symposium recognizes and celebrates aca...

June, 08 2017 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback Named to Fall 2016 Dean's List

Congratulations, Kelsey, you earned a spot on the fall 2016 dean's list, which honors undergraduate students achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester. Your hard work and commitment to academic ...

January, 24 2017 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback Contributes to Day of University-wide Learning and Scholarship

Kelsey Clayback was among the approximately 1,100 University of Dayton students participating in the University of Dayton's 27th annual Bro. Joseph W. Stander Symposium. The symposium recognizes a...

May, 11 2016 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback named to University of Dayton dean's list

Congratulations, Kelsey, you have been named to the fall 2015 dean's list, which honors undergraduate students achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester. Your hard work and commitment to academ...

January, 15 2016 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback named to University of Dayton dean's list

Congratulations, Kelsey, you have been named to the dean's list for the Spring 2015 semester. Your hard work and commitment to academic excellence paid off, and your academic dean formally recogni...

July, 09 2015 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback contributes to day of University-wide learning

Kelsey Clayback presented "The Relationship Between Executive Functioning Skills (EF) and Spontaneous Focusing on Numerosity (SFON) in Preschoolers" during the University of Dayton's 26th annual ...

May, 04 2015 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback makes University of Dayton Dean's List for Fall 2014

Congratulations, Kelsey, you have been named to the Dean's List for the 2014 fall semester. Your hard work and commitment to academic excellence paid off, and your academic dean formally recognize...

January, 15 2015 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback makes University of Dayton Dean's List for Spring 2014

Congratulations, Kelsey, you have been named to the Dean's List for the 2014 spring semester. Your hard work and commitment to academic excellence paid off, and your academic dean formally recogni...

May, 19 2014 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback makes University of Dayton Dean's List for Fall 2013

Congratulations, Kelsey, you have been named to the Dean's List for the 2013 fall semester. Your hard work and commitment to academic excellence paid off, and your academic dean formally recognize...

February, 07 2014 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback to attend University of Dayton as part of most selective class in school history

Kelsey Clayback of Buffalo, NY, will attend the University of Dayton this fall as part of an incoming class that is the most selective in school history, as well as one of the most academically pre...

August, 05 2013 - Verified by University of Dayton
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for earning an academic award
Kenneth J. Kuntz Award for Outstanding Service 2017 Recipient
Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for earning an academic award
Charles E. Kimble Award to the Graduating Senior who had Demonstrated Research Excellence in Psychology 2017 Recipient
Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for earning an academic award
Rev. Raymond A. Roesch, S.M. Award of Excellence to the Outstanding Student in Psychology 2017 Recipient
Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for earning a scholarship
Daniel P. Arnold Memorial Scholarship 2016 for commitment to leadership, service and research
Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for earning a scholarship
Bro. Ed & Nellie Lynch Scholarship for academic performance and campus community involvement
Fall 2015 - Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for earning a spot on an honors list
University Honors Program member
Spring 2014 - Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for an accomplishment
Campus Activities Board Scholarship for serving as Director of Marketing
Spring 2014 - Fall 2014 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for an accomplishment
Member of the Dayton Civic Scholar 2017 Cohort
Spring 2014 - Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Kelsey Clayback was recognized for an accomplishment
University of Dayton’s President’s Merit Scholarship recipient for academic merit
Fall 2013 - Spring 2017 - Added by Kelsey
Vegetarian Club and Outreach
The purpose of our club is to provide a supportive group to vegetarians, including social events like cooking classes and field trips. We are also an outreach group and participate in events to inform others about the lifestyle and its benefits.
Spring 2016 - Spring 2017 - University of Dayton
Active Minds
Active Minds is a student group advocating for mental health awareness at the University of Dayton. We seek to be a positive resource for students, faculty, and staff!
Fall 2015 - Spring 2017 - University of Dayton
Psi Chi
Psi Chi recognizes outstanding students either majoring or minoring in Psychology, encourages excellence in the field of psychology, and serves to advance psychology as a science. The University of Dayton chapter of Psi Chi was installed on May 2, 1959, making it one of the oldest chapters of this organization. Psi Chis national website provides detailed information about available services to members, including access to the Psi Chi Digest, opportunities to publish in the Psi Chi Journal of...
Spring 2015 - Spring 2017 - University of Dayton
Sustainability Club
Sustainability Club is a service and social action club with an emphasis on food, water, and waste on campus, and in the Dayton community. We have several waste collection programs in place that not only deter waste from landfills, but raise money for projects and feed the less fortunate. Social events include, local hiking trips, TED Talk nights, and organic and vegan cookouts. In addition to facilitating Sustainability Week and GreenSweep events, we educate ourselves and others about impor...
Fall 2014 - Spring 2017 - University of Dayton
The Fitz Center
Dayton Civic Scholar 2017 Cohort and Neighborhood School Center (NSC) volunteer
Spring 2014 - Spring 2017 - University of Dayton
College Mentors for Kids
Through weekly after-school activities, mentors help their Little Buddies understand higher education opportunities, as well as the importance of self-reliance, self-confidence, taking initiative at school, and making wise academic and social choices. Every activity follows one of our three themes: higher education and career, community service, culture and diversity. We do this in hopes to broaden the horizons of both the Mentors and Buddies by partnering with a different student organizatio...
Fall 2013 - Spring 2016 - University of Dayton
Campus Activities Board
CAB currently has an executive board consisting of seven members: a President, Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Operations, three Programming Committee Directors, and a Marketing Director. CAB operates under a structure of four entities: The Executive board, Directors, Student Programmers, and street team members. The Programming Committees include: D.O.C. (Dayton on Campus), Travel & Recreation, and Late Night. CAB also has a Marketing Committee which includes two Directors, ...
Fall 2013 - Fall 2014 - University of Dayton
Student Leadership Programs
We are learning to lead...and leading to serve. The Office of Student Leadership Programs seeks to empower students to be socially just servant leaders through the acceptance and practice of responsibility, thoughtful decision making, reflection, and the exploration of the faith and spirituality of self and others. Organizations and programs we sponsor: Student Leadership Institute National Society of Leadership and Success UleaD Emerging Leaders Co-Curricular Transcripts Leadersh...
Summer 2013 - Summer 2014 - University of Dayton
Graduate Academic Affairs Office Assistant at University of Dayton
• Assist with thesis and dissertation format reviews in accordance with the University of Dayton guidelines • Assist with the processing of Graduate Assistant (GA) contracts and certifications, fellowship applications, graduation preparation and various other graduate school documents and tasks • Carry out general office tasks including typing, filing, making copies and answering phones • Work includes experience with Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat and the University of Dayton’s Porches site • Recreated and revised University of Dayton Thesis/Dissertation Guidelines in 2016 to increase clarity and efficiency for graduate students preparing documents for submission
August 2015 - Present
Development and Learning Lab Research Assistant at University of Dayton
• Supervised by Dr. Mary Wagner Fuhs • Assist with the collection and analysis of data of research involving children in Dayton • Investigate the relationship between domain general skills of executive functioning and domain specific skills involving mathematical development of preschool aged children living in poverty • Conduct research and collect data through assessments of preschool children in the Head Start and Taking Off to Success programs to enhance learning • Evaluate the effectiveness and quality of preschools for Montgomery County’s Preschool Promise Initiative • Administer Day/Night Task (Gerstadt, Hong, & Diamond, 1994), Dimensional Change Card Sort Task (DCCS; Zelazo, 2006), ANS acuity task (Halberta & Fiegenson, 2008), Set Matching Task (Negen & Sarnecka, under review), Corsi Block (Berch, Krikorian, & Huha, 1998), Head-Toes-Knees-Shoulders (HTKS; Cameron & McClelland, 2011) and Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT) • Maintain a positive relationship and an enthusiastic environment with community partners, including school personnel, and parents and children involved • Exhibit great attention to detail and adhering to research protocols • Read and understand background literature regarding children and development • Attend scheduled lab hours and meetings • Tested hypotheses about the relationship between domain general executive function skills and specific math skills (spontaneous focusing on numerosity/specific attention to number) and presented results at international conference in 2015 • Created a Research Assistant Training Program in 2016 that included training videos and administration instructions detailing general and specific lab protocols
January 2015 - Present
Lead Research Clinician at The Institute for Autism Research
• Supervised by Dr. Marcus Thomeer, Dr. Christopher Lopata, Dr. Christin McDonald, Dr. Andrew Nelson and Dr. Alanna Lipinski • Summer 2016: Served as a research clinician for a grant-funded Phase 2 Feasibility Trial evaluating the feasibility and initial effectiveness of an intensive summer psychosocial treatment program for high-functioning young children ages 4 to 6 with autism spectrum disorder (HFASD) • Summer 2014 & 2015: Served as a research clinician for a grant-funded Phase 4 Randomized Clinical Trial evaluating SummerMAX, an intensive summer psychosocial treatment program for 7-12 year olds diagnosed with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (HFASD) • Served as team Lead Research Clinician responsible for managing team activities/treatments and meeting with parents daily to update them on their children’s progress • Completed 40 hours of training prior to the program; passed the mandatory written exam with a score of 100% and demonstrated proficiency with >90% accuracy • Facilitated social skills groups, instituted an intensive response-cost structured behavioral program, collected data, and lead cooperative and therapeutic groups • Implemented active treatment components including instruction in social skills, interpretation of non-literal language and the multiple meanings of language, face-emotion recognition, interest expansion, and an individual daily note (IDN) • Implemented the manualized program according to strict treatment protocols • Completed pre- and posttest protocols for child participants including Adapted Skillstreaming Checklist (ASC), Adapted Behavior Assessment System (ABAS III), Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS) and Behavioral Assessment System for Children Teacher Rating Scale (BASC2-TRS) • Administered Comprehensive Assessment of Spoken Language (CASL) • Participated as a member of the research and clinical team examining progress of children • Collected daily behavioral data and entered into database • Provided child supervision during parent training sessions • Entered post-test data into database
June 2014 - August 2016
HBO Digital Media Campus Representative at GMR Marketing
• Promoted the Television Network Home Box Office, Inc. through personal Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook • Coordinated with an Event Planner to plan, promote, and execute events on and off campus. These events are aimed at audiences on college campuses and include premieres and finales of popular HBO shows, such as GIRLS and Game of Thrones • Participated in specific HBO social media promotions (ex. #HBOGoPlease and #OnTheRunHBO) • Held weekly table hours across campus designed to promote the HBO brand and HBO events on campus • Networked and collaborated with businesses and organizations to plan and execute HBO screenings • Distributed HBO merchandise through promotion
January 2014 - December 2014
Cashier, Service at Wegmans Food Markets Inc.
• Work in customer service and relations as a front end cashier • Enhanced customer experience through direct interaction with consumers • Selected to be a member of the Incredible Customer Service (ICS) Team • Responsible for ascetics, general upkeep, and inventory within store isles • Enhanced organizational, customer service, and inventory skills • Selected by management to be a member of the Knowledge Based Service (KBS) Team • Responsible for preparation and execution of food/product in-store demos • Communicated feedback from consumers to Department Management • Maintained overall cleanliness of Wegmans Café • Responsible for stocking inventory and refilling supplies
August 2011 - August 2015
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