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Stevenson psychology students trekked to Boston for the 2017 Eastern Psychological Association Research Conference. Here our students presented their empirical work and networked with professionals in the field. We are proud of the work our students have produced, and even more so that they earned the opportunity to present it.

Once more, the venerable and vaunted Dr. Ryan Schurtz has published an insightful op-ed in the Baltimore Sun titled Baseball Science Baffles Even the Scientists. Here, Schurtz explores the difficulty of baseball 'science' because of its high speed nature, leaving us to appreciate the split-second decisions players must make. You can read it below:

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-fastball-20170227-story.html

The annual Brain Bee competition came to a thunderous conclusion as local high school students battled over brains. The long anticipated prize, a seventy five dollar gift card went to William, while the second place prize, a fifty dollar gift card, went to Uma. We would like to thank all high school students from Baltimore County who participated, the Psychology Club, and Dr. Ingrid K. Tulloch. See you next year!

Kicking off Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Active Minds hosted a table at the Greenspring Campus on body positivity in which President Claire Moore visited. We would like to thank Dr. Iannone and the wonderful students of Active Minds for bringing such an important issue into the university lexicon.

The Stevenson University Psychology Club cordially invites you and your students to attend and participate in our annual Baltimore County Local Brain Bee competition on February 25, 2017 from 12pm to 3pm at Stevenson University. For the competition, students will be asked to demonstrate their neuroscience knowledge by answering question related to brain structure and function. This is a great opportunity for students interested in Psychology, Biology, Neurology, and Medicine to demonstrate their knowledge and grow in their respective fields. It is also a great experience to put on college applications. Come out and support the Psychology Club and host Dr. Ingrid K. Tulloch!

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