Psychology Careers Information Session to be Presented at Bluefield State College, May 2
CreatedFriday, April 05 2013
Created byJim Nelson/Media Relations - (304) 327-4103 firstname.lastname@example.org
(Bluefield)—An information session focusing upon career options in psychology will be presented at Bluefield State College on May 2, 4 p.m. in Room 106/Basic Science Building on the BSC campus.
The session, organized by Dr. Robert Lowinger/BSC Assistant Professor of Psychology, features Sandra S. Stroebel, Associate Professor and Program Director of the Marshall University School Psychology Program, Kristi Williams Dumas, Staff Psychologist and Black Affairs Program Director at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Beckley, WV, and Amy Dent, a 2012 BSC Psychology graduate and West Virginia State University master's degree candidate in Social Work.
"The presenters will cover topics that are extremely relevant for individuals who are, or may be, considering careers in Psychology," noted Dr. Lowinger. The information session is open, free of charge, to both the college community and the public. It provides a wonderful opportunity to learn more about career opportunities and talk to experts in the field. Individuals seeking additional information are encouraged to contact Dr. Lowinger by phone (304-327-4291) or e-mail (email@example.com).