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Senior, December 2015

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Random Acts of Kindness Week at Stevenson University October 5-9, 2015

The Psychology Club, Dr. McEntee’s Positive Psychology students, Dr. Tulloch, and some additional volunteers worked together to produce a hugely successful Fall 2015 Random Acts of Kindness Week!

The Random Acts of Kindness the group included:

  • Distributing 492 Candy Bags w/ Positive Quotes
  • Over 2,100 Positive Post-It Notes on cars and restroom mirrors
  • A great donation to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
  • 14 “Caught Being Kind’ Awards distributed (thank you Ashley Sauerwein for designing the awards!)
  • 325 sandwiches donated to Our Daily Bread (a soup kitchen in Baltimore City)
  • 30 Letters to the Elderly written (operationgratitude.com and lovefortheelderly.org)
  • Sidewalk Chalk Positive Quotes

An article about Dr. Ingrid Tulloch was published in the Jamaica Observer back in August!

The article provides a glimpse into Dr. Tulloch’s early life in Jamaica, her move to the U.S.A., her education, and her professional life. Dr. Tulloch’s expertise in the study of brain activity in response to drug abuse (especially methamphetamine) is also discussed.

Check out the article if you're interested in reading more.

On Monday, Stevenson’s PsychClub went to Notre Dame Prep (in Towson, MD) to meet with members of the National science Honors Club! PsychClub talked with the high school students and shared information about the club and the Psychology program....Click here to read more.

Please join the Psychology Department in congratulating Psychology major Lauren Shields whose abstract was accepted for the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students meeting....Click here to read more.

Last Thursday, September 24th, students represented Stevenson University at the 4th Annual Project Homeless Connect, sponsored by the United Way. Students from PSY 350—Health Psychology, PsychClub, and Student Activities teamed up to serve as volunteers for the event, which was held in Downtown Baltimore at the Convention Center....Click here to read more.

 
 
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