Please join The Center for Research on Families as Lisa Bowleg PhD, Professor of Applied Psychology at The George Washington University, presents a lecture titled "Ain't I A Woman?" and "I Am a Man": Intersectionality’s Travels from Black Feminist Theory to HIV Prevention and Sexuality Research with Black Men.
Commonwealth Honors College Events Hall - 160 East
Ervin Staub PhD, Professor Emeritus and Founding Director of the doctoral program in The Psychology of Peace and Violence at the University of Massachusetts - Amherst, will present a talk titled The origins of violence and principles and practices of prevention.
Did you know you can get course credit for doing hands on work in a local agency? These learn by working experiences are called Internships, and doing one while still in school is one of the best investments you can make to increase your employability after graduation and your chances of landing a spot in a graduate training program.
November is the best month to line up Spring semester Internships. For more information about what Internships are like and how to get one, come to this workshop. Prof. MacDonald will be leading the session.
Come learn more about a new faculty-led study abroad program in Ireland. The course includes a spring 2017 weekly 1 hour seminar followed by two weeks in Ireland from June 10-24, 2017. This course will introduce students to cross-cultural views on disability and the public policies and systems of support that affect the quality of life for people with disabilities worldwide.
Participants will attend a conference on human rights for people with disabilities in Galway (first week) then learn about the Irish context through site visits in Dublin (second week).
The NSB Graduate Program will hold a colloquium titled Can computer-based cognitive training improve real world functioning? Joseph DeGutis of the Boston VA and Harvard Medical School will give the talk.
The colloquium is hosted by Bekki Spencer and takes place in 222 Morrill Science Center II from 4:00-5:00pm.
Kevin Potter PhD, Post-Doc in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at UMass-Amherst, will present a talk titled Testing a Perceptual Fluency/Disfluency Model of Priming with a Model of Response Time and Choice.
Peter Wainwright PhD, candidate for the CNS Dean position and Interim Dean of the College of Biological Sciences at UC Davis and past Chair of the Department of Evolution and Ecology at UC Davis, will hold a public presentation.