BSC PSI Delta Beta Psychology Club Attends Southeastern Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting (w/photo)
CreatedWednesday, March 24 2010
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|Student members of Bluefield State College’s Psi Delta Beta Psychology Club attended the recent annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Chattanooga, TN. Pictured (left-to-right) are BSC students Jeff Hawks, Susie Green, Lori Falls, and Dr. Charles Shamro, Associate Dean of Humanities/Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology at BSC.|
(Bluefield)— Members of BSC’s Psi Delta Beta Psychology Club attended the Southeastern Psychological Association’s (SEPA) 56th Annual Meeting in Chattanooga, Tennessee, March 10-13, 2010. The meeting’s theme, “Exploring the Breadth of Psychology: Teaching, Research, and Service,” featured lecture and conversational workshops, panel discussions and more. Dr. Hall Beck (Appalachian State University) was the keynote speaker.
Project posters covering social, cognitive, forensic psychology and many other psychological issues were on display, and students had numerous opportunities to interact with exhibitors and professors. Several workshops featured discussions on relationships, academic performance, aggression, stress, and humor. BSC students networked with students from other universities, made connections that will assist with their educational pursuits in graduate school, and viewed undergraduate research.