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Psychology Department News
Brown Bag Event
Next Wednesday, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Brown Bag Lecture Series will feature two of our faculty! The broad topic will be Generation Differences in Communication. Dr. Gee will give a talk entitled How Animals Affect Us From Childhood To Old Age. Dr. McFall will speak on Generation Differences in Collaborative Everyday Problem Solving. Hope to see you there!
Weds, December 7th
Williams Center, Room S204ABC
Merit and Teaching Awards
Each semester we give monetary awards to our most outstanding students: The Psychology Department Merit Award, and the Donald Lehr Teaching Award. Please read over the criteria for these awards and consider submitting an application if you feel you would be a good candidate. Applications need to be submitted by November 30th. (Click on links above to download items)
New Research Paper!
Dr. Denton had a paper accepted for publication that has a student co-author! The paper, "Group Counseling in the College Setting: An International Survey of Center Directors" was published in the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. It was coauthored with Dr. Josh Gross of Florida State University and Curtis Wojcik, who graduated from Fredonia in May. Curtis was an independent study student in Dr. Denton's research lab. Congrats!
Psychology Dept Helps Feed Fredonia!!
The Feeding Fredonia Challenge is a village-wide donation drive to benefit the Fredonia Food Pantry at the United Presbyterian Church of Fredonia. The Psychology Department donated a full box of non-perishables to the Food Pantry this year. Great job!! Thanks for helping out the Village!!
New Collaborative Learning Environment!
The Zarlock Reading Room (Thompson Hall W338) in the Psychology department has been renovated this summer!
The couch is modular and can be arranged to fit your needs.
Come work in a great space that is perfect for quiet studying, as well as group projects.