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Psychology Department News

Our department has many active students, faculty, and alumni. This area will be updated often, so check us out for “news you can use” and other fun stuff!

Psychology's Meil Co-Presents Poster at National Meeting

William Meil, of the Department of Psychology, co-presented a poster at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, in New York City, in May.

Posted on 6/21/2015 12:12:52 PM

Psychology’s Reardon Presents Posters at National Meeting

Margaret Reardon (Department of Psychology) presented two posters (one co-authored) at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science in New York City in May 2015.

Posted on 6/1/2015 8:15:17 AM

Psychology Students and Faculty Present Poster on Music Practice at National Meeting

Psychology students and faculty presented their poster on music practice and the concepts musicians use to rehearse at a national meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.

Posted on 5/26/2015 3:43:58 PM

Psychology Announces Stanley Lore Scholarship Recipients

The Department of Psychology is pleased to announce that Brandon Spangler and Samantha Kanell are the 2015 recipients of the Stanley Lore Scholarship.

Posted on 5/4/2015 6:59:09 AM

Psychology Honors Students Admitted to Doctoral Studies

A number of students in Psychology’s Honors program have been admitted to doctoral studies. Here’s news on a few.

Posted on 4/30/2015 8:48:18 AM

Psychology Honors Student Wins Admission to APA Summer Program

Shannon Kovalchick has been accepted into the American Psychological Association’s 2015 Summer Science Fellowship program at George Mason University.

Posted on 4/30/2015 8:46:32 AM

Psychology’s Kaniasty Presents Colloquium “Disasters or Social Catastrophes? On Social Psychological Reactions of Communities Coping With Natural and Human-Induced Disasters”

Krys Kaniasty gave a colloquium at the Department of Psychology, Georgetown University (Washington, DC) on April 17, 2015. The major point of Kaniasty’s lecture was that maintaining strong social ties in the aftermath of disasters is just as important as rebuilding infrastructure to help people overcome traumatic events.

Posted on 4/29/2015 7:56:39 AM

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