On December 3rd Psychology students presented over 90 posters regarding experiential learning, independent research, internships, field placement, and class-based research in the St. Paul Companies Pavilion.
Students presented and discussed their work and experiences with guests and faculty from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with new posters presented every hour. Posters ranged from chemical research to behavioral assessments to personal experiences with institutes such as Sheppard Pratt, Kennedy Krieger, and FairMail.
Student Ryan Durden presents her research on dolphin behavior conducted in the Bahamas
Student Alyssa Henry presents her study on the impact of color on the perception of males