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  • Sport and Performance Psychology

    Sport & Performance Psychology
    Master's Project Defenses

    Friday, May 13, 2016
    9 AM - 2 PM
    Ammi Hyde, Room 133

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    (Free and open to the public.) Drop in throughout the day! Doors will open in between presentations only. The schedule will be posted outside the room.

     

  • Tom Barrett

    Retirement Celebration for Dr. Thomas Barrett 


    Thursday, May 19, 2016
    5-7 PM
    Tuscan Ballroom & Wine Cellar, DU

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    Please join us for a retirement celebration in honor of Dr. Thomas Barrett and his 36 years of service to GSPP! 

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  • Flowers

    PsyD Internship Celebration


    Saturday, May 21, 2016
    6-10:30 PM
    Cable Center

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    Join us in celebrating our students leaving on internship!

    Free for students leaving on internship, faculty, and staff
    $25 for all other students/guests (by 5/18)
    $35 at the door

    Cocktail Attire

    Schedule for the evening:

    6 PM Cocktails
    7 PM Dinner
    8 PM Dinner & Dessert
    8:30 PM Intern Recognition
    9 PM Dancing!

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  • PTSD

    Film Screening & Reception


    Monday, May 23, 2016
    5:30 PM
    Davis Auditorium, DU

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    Please join us for a screening of the documentary film, "ACRONYM: The Cross-Generational Battle with PTSD." After the film, stay for a reception to announce the opening of the Sturm Center and launch of the Sturm Specialty in Military Psychology at GSPP! (Free and Open to the Public.)

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  • DU Commencement

    MA Graduation Reception 


    Friday, June 3, 2016
    2-4 PM

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    Invitations will be sent in April 2016. (No fee.)

     

  • south africa

    Community Psychology in an International Setting:
    South Africa 


    Summer Quarter, 2016

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    Visit course website for full details and application!

    A course open to graduate students of all majors, “Community Psychology in an International Setting: South Africa” provides students with on-the-ground experience in considering how cultural, economic, political, and environmental influences impact communities—and the ways communities respond. Students delve deeply into the cultures, history, and present challenges of South Africa through pre-trip coursework, Cape Town site visits, and discussions with South African leaders.

    Working directly with youth (children through young adults) for three weeks at a community-based organization in Cape Town’s largest township exposes students to community life, a range of social justice issues, and strategies communities use to address local challenges. Some 2016 spring quarter meetings will be required. A past student said about the course, “My time [in Cape Town] helped to solidify and push my academic experiences and helped to expand my understanding of the cultural context of the fight against Apartheid.”

     

  • Denver

    APA Convention in Denver 


    August 4-7, 2016

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    Visit the APA website to learn more!

     

  • 40th

    GSPP's 40th Anniversary Party 


    Friday, August 5, 2016

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    We're 40 and we're celebrating all year long! This will be our closing bash, please join us during APA week for a look at our history, our present, and what's next for GSPP. We'll be showing a video about our first 40 years and displaying profiles of 40 unique alumni.

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  • DU Commencement

    PsyD Graduation Reception


    Friday, August 12, 2016
    10 AM-noon

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    Invitations will be sent in June 2016. (No fee.)

     

 

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