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Psychology News

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The psychology faculty t-shirts designed by student Stephanie Rodriguez have finally arrived!

Dr. Wong, Kayla Little, Alyssa Henry, Stephanie Rodriguez, Alba Mehmetllari, Dr. Elliott, Dr. Iannone, and Dr. Tulloch all proudly sport the t-shirts.

Psychology student and Psi Chi member Kayla Delpo traveled all over Italy this past Spring break. She shared her exceptional study abroad experience with us visually - take a look at the wonders of her travels below:

 

 

Psychology student Lauren Shields attended the Annual Society for Neuroscience conference in Washington, D.C. on November 15th, 2014. More than 31,000 researchers, clinicians, and advocates for brain science attended the conference, which is one of the world’s largest marketplaces of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.

On Friday, November 7, the first year seminar students (led by Dr. Iannone) competed in the annual Lego Challenge. The purpose of the Lego Challenge is to establish community and to help students conceptualize Career Architecture. The students had a wonderful time building and working together in a fun atmosphere.

For more information about Career Architecture and Stevenson's work to assure our students' career success, check our Office of Career Services

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The week of October 12-18 marked the official Random Acts of Kindness week for Stevenson University. Psychology Club members, students in Dr. Melanie McEntee's Positive Psychology course, and additional volunteers all contributed to the event. The volunteers worked both within the Stevenson community and outside of it to spread their efforts to as many people as possible.


 

Within the Stevenson community, volunteers distributed 39 'Caught Being Kind' awards to students, faculty, and staff, gave over 500 bags of candy with positive quotes out during the week, and handed out over 1,200 positive quotes.

Volunteers also distributed 34 letters to soldiers through 'Operation Gratitude' and 32 letters to the elderly through 'Live for the Elderly', along with donating 54 items of new and gently used clothing and 26 canned and dry food items to Shepard's Staff in Westminster, Maryland.

Additionally, a total of $91.81 was collected from a 'Save the Change' jar and donated to the Cold Weather Shelter, also in Westminster, Maryland.

The kind efforts of the volunteers and faculty involved ensured that the week-long event was a massive success!

 

*Operation Gratitude annually sends 150,000+ care packages filled with snacks, entertainment, hygiene and hand-made items, plus personal letters of appreciation, to New Recruits, Veterans, First Responders, Wounded Warriors, Care Givers and to individually named U.S. Service Members deployed overseas.

*Shepard's Staff is a local non-profit outreach center serving those in need

*The Cold Weather Shelter provides a bed, shower and laundry facilities, and serves nightly meals to the homeless in the community from November through March

 
 
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