Tuesday, December 8th, 4:20-6:30 Moyer Hall
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Matthew Dohn
Each semester, the Psychology Department and Psi Chi host "Psychology Day." This mini-conference is an opportunity for students from all class years to present and discuss findings from the internship or research projects conducted that semester or year. It is an opportunity for younger students who are considering a major in psychology to look ahead at the types of work done in Research Methods, Advanced Lab, Research Apprenticeships, Internships and Independent Studies. It is also a wonderful opportunity for older students, especially seniors, to look back, note their own intellectual development, and mentor younger students. Students and faculty from across campus are invited to attend.
Note: We encourage internship students to present their projects in the form of poster presentations. Consult with your internship advisor or Dr. Kate Richmond about the contents and formatting of the poster.
If you would like to present your internship or research (or if you are required to do so), you must fill out the registration form. In addition to other information, the form asks for the name of your faculty sponsor, the names of all of the authors, a title & abstract for your work, your preferences (or requirements) for a poster versus an oral presentation, and the name and email address of a contact person. Note that abstracts may provide hypothesized results if your study is not completed by the registration due date. After submitting your registration, the contact person will get a confirmation.
Fall 2009 Registration Form DEADLINE: November 23rd