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Students in Dr. Jeanne Slattery's Psychology 470, Senior Seminar, will present the results of their final projects May 5 in 124 Harvey Hall. Students had several options for project types: empirical research, assessments of university or community programs, or video to be submitted for the Noba Student Video Award. Their anticipated presentation schedule is:

  • 1:10 p.m. – Katelynn Bender of Lewistown, Kaylyn Brown of Slippery Rock and Bradley Kaiser of Pittsburgh, “Assessment of Tutoring Department at Clarion University”
  • 1:30 p.m. – Jason Rocha of Ridgway, Maria Santarsiero of Newport News, Virginia, and Sarah Skinner of Beaver, “Skills Learned at Clarion”
  • 2:15 p.m. – Natache Cobb of Curwensville, Hannah Domaradzki of Butler and Melia White of Mayport, “Relationship Preference Comparison Based upon Sexuality”
  • 2:35 p.m. – Jennifer Lucas of Mayport, Nicole Morine of Russell and Nicolas Plante of Clearwater Beach, Florida, "Relationship Between Anxiety, Well-Being and Stress in Clarion University Students"
  • 2:55 p.m. – Mirina Dragon of Harvey’s Lake, Emily Flaus of Pittsburgh and Andrew Manos of New Castle, "Can Positive Relationship with Supervisors Lead to Greater Job Satisfaction and Workplace Morale?"
  • 3:25 p.m. – Shannon Johanson of Wexford, Samantha McGarrity of Sligo and Jasmine Phelps of Cranberry Township, "Assessment of Clarion County Community Workshop"
  • 3:45 p.m. – Madison Brown of Beaver, Richard Caton of Pittsburgh and Kevin Guerrier of Philadelphia, "The Processes of Memory and the Importance of Understanding Them" (video to be submitted to Noba)
  • 4:05 p.m. – Rebecca LaPierre of Sigel, Sarah Monks of Butler and Kierstin Moore of Selinsgrove, "Assessing Clarion County's Literacy Needs"

We welcome all members of the Clarion University community to stop by for any or all presentations.

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Published
5/1/2014 9:11 AM

Psychology students present their research