HaSS students frequently present their work at academic conferences and publish in academic journals.  We are very proud of what they have accomplished this year!

Human Services students Linnea Bleacher and Yasmine Byrd presented the poster, “Putting Values Into Action: Preparing for the Future at Stevenson University,” at the annual NOHS (National Organization for Human Services) conference.

Interdisciplinary Studies student Joseph Acqui’s abstract of the work he conducted at the NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse was accepted for presentation at ABRCMS (Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students): Joseph K. Acqui, III, Michael T. McCoy, Jean Lud Cadet, M.D. The Effects of Food Self-Administration on the mRNA Expression of Activator Protein 1 Genes in the Hypothalamus.

Dr. Ingrid Tulloch and senior Psychology major Larry Fort published a paper in Modern Psychological Science: Fort, L & Tulloch IK (2016) Behaviors of a captive Coenobita clypeatus in the presence of varying light stimuli. Modern Psychological Studies 21(2): 23-32.

Senior psychology major Rachel Clein’s abstract of the work her research team did this summer was accepted for presentation at ABRCMS: Rachel Clein, Larry Fort, Shanice Hasting, Sarthak Shah and Ingrid K. Tulloch. Varying wavelengths of light affects serotonin positive cells and associated behaviors in Coenobita clypeatus

Senior psychology major Erick Guzman received a full travel award to present at ABRCMS: Erick Guzman, Sarah Tweedle, Caitlin Miller, and Ingrid K. Tulloch.  Physical Consciousness Quotient Predicts Body Image Dissatisfaction in College Students