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Pictures from the Psychology Student Showcase are posted on our social media pages. For more photos, please check our Facebook (Stevenson University Psychology Department) for the full album. Others can be seen on our Twitter and Instagram accounts (SUPsychDept). Congratulations everyone for all your hard work during this past semester!

Active Minds and Psychology club are collaborating on Stress Less Week! 

Monday, April 23rd: Art Therapy from 6-8pm in the Lynn Duncan Room.

Wednesday, April 25th: Yoga from 11-2pm in Wooded Way.

Thursday, April 26th: Cathartic Writing from 6-8pm in the Lynn Duncan Room.

Friday, April 27th: Pets on Campus from 11-12pm in Science Center 109.


Stop by and bring some friends! 

This is just a reminder that tonight, Tuesday, April 17th Jane Lutken will be speaking on ​"Syntactic Creativity: What We Can Learn About Language Acquisition From Children's Errors." The event will be at 6PM in the back half of Rockland Banquet Room.​

We look forward to seeing you there!
TONIGHT from 5-7 PM in Ratcliffe, Active Minds and Best Buddies will collaborate on a speakers series event! Hannah Grice will discuss her experiences living with an eating disorder and Jorge Tirigall will discuss his experiences living with a disability. Active Minds will be providing pizza, so be sure to arrive early to get a slice!

Michelle Dennis was accepted into The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) for the SURF program. During this program, Dennis will have the opportunity to become comfortable in a laboratory setting, increase her research skills, learn to think critically about the theory and application of interdisciplinary biomedical research, and increase her proficiency in communicating scientific concepts. This internship will take place from from June 4 through August 10.

TSRI is the one of the largest private, not-for-profit biomedical research institution with an international reputation in biology, chemistry, immunology, biophysics, cell biology, and neuroscience. In addition, TSRI has created a number of dynamic and stimulating educational programs. The SURF Program was created to expose talented undergraduates from diverse backgrounds to our state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary research programs and outstanding faculty, and prepare them for career opportunities in biomedical research. Every intern will be assigned to conduct research in a cutting-edge laboratory for ten weeks and directly mentored by scientists. Participants will attend weekly professional development workshops and scientific seminars that cover a wide array of topics, including cutting-edge research currently being studied at the institution, time management, career options with a PhD, and ‘life as a grad student’ presentations. At the end of the summer, participants give oral and/or poster presentations of their research at the campus-wide Summer Intern Symposium.

Here is a link to read more about Scripps:

Congratulations, Michelle Dennis! Keep up the great work!

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