Psychology Poster Symposium
Location: John S. Toll Science Center
On Wednesday, April 25th, 32 students presented their psychology thesis presentations. Presentations ranged from how intrusive thoughts impact undergraduates with diagnosed anxiety disorders to the effects of public stigma on the self-stigma of formerly incarcerated individuals.
Students that participated in the symposium were Kellyn Defusco, Caitlin Croke, Michaela Conners, Biz Kara, Emelie Farrington, Sabrina Carroll, Emily Erving, Jennifer Clune, Shannon Falcone, Bridgette Hindt, Annah Campbell, Anna Gjertsen, Danielle Evans, Lindsay Jackson, Stephany Hornsby, Morgen Moran, Olivia Judd, Emily Houck, Austin Protack, Maura Matthews, Sydney Stone, Ciarah Williams, Jordanna Qi, Tatyana Kulick, Brandon Toth, Heather Ramlal, Kruti Patel, Casey Saulsbury, Richie Torres, Shane Manske, Milloy Kawabata, and Paige Rebstock. The symposium also honored professor George Spillich, who is retiring in 2018 after 30+ years of teaching.