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I am proud of every student who presented their work at the Psychology Student Showcase this morning! More images can be found on the Facebook Page, Instagram, and Twitter accounts! Be sure to follow us to see more.

 

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Three members of the women's hockey team here at Stevenson University are psychology majors.

Please  join us in congratulating the Psi Chi inductees of 2017:

  • Shanelle Abdullah
  • Carolyn Addo
  • Savanna Angel
  • Giovanna Baisie-Arthur
  • Arianna Basel
  • Katherine Bush
  • Yasmine Byrd
  • Angel Carter
  • Megan Garrahan
  • Danielle Gershman
  • Sarah Goranson
  • Sarah Johnston
  • Caitlin Kennedy
  • Ciera King
  • Katriel Komet
  • Emma Lichtman
  • Mordechai Mandelbaum
  • Nicholas Mehiel
  • Aleia Plenty
  • Melissa Ramos
  • Haleigh Sinclair
  • Kelly Sweeney
  • Tyler Tillman
  • Hanne Wilburn
  • Ashley Zester

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!

RISE is hosting the Sadie Hawkins' dance! They are asking ladies to ask out a date to the dance. It is not gender specific to who a girl or girl identifiers may ask to the dance. They are aiming to break barriers and have fun! Tickets go on sale Monday, November 14th at the Rock for $2. There will be Jamaican food and music by Stevenson's own Mark Moody. The doors open at 9 PM. See you there!

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