Dr. Jacquelyn White (Psychology), who is retiring from UNCG this summer after 41 years of service, will be heading to Washington, D.C., for work with the U.S. Congress through a fellowship from the American Psychological Association. White has been awarded the prestigious Catherine Acuff Congressional Fellowship, which gives psychologists an opportunity to work in congressional offices or committees. Assignments to a congressional office will occur in late September. White said she is hoping for a match that will allow her to build on her past research, which has focused on gender issues, aggression and intimate partner violence for more than 35 years. She conducted one of the few longitudinal studies of sexual and physical dating violence among adolescents and college students.