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Department of Psychology

Psychology Matters

Alumni Matters





We are eager to share scholarship from our department with you – our alumni.

We invite you to join us for our inaugural "Psychology and the Public Good" research-sharing event, which is designed to showcase ongoing research in a setting that invites dialogue and connections.

This first research-sharing event will focus on new scholarship from our Stress, Early Experience and Development (SEED) Center. During the event, you'll have a chance to talk one-on-one with graduate students and faculty doing research on this theme as well as hear four brief "lightning" talks from faculty on recent and ongoing work. We invite you to engage with us during this interactive event in order to share your reflections, ideas, and questions as you connect with alumni, friends, graduate students, and faculty!

Our focus for this first Psychological Science and the Public Good Event is on SEED research because we are excited to celebrate the recent launch and early success of this center.

Associate Professor Sarah Watamura notes: "With the creation of the Stress, Early Experiences and Development (SEED) Research Center, we have committed ourselves to work collaborative at the forefront of the most pressing public health issue of our time. I am honored and energized by this incredible group of scholars and trainees and look forward to the exciting and impactful work to come."

We look forward to seeing you on the 26th!
When: September 26th, 5 to 7 PM
Where: Rose Andom Center
Register Here

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