Brown Hall

Psychology Major Declaration

Sophomores: If you are planning to declare a major in psychology, come to the major declaration on Monday, February 22 at 4:15pm in Bloomer Auditorium (Brown Hall). It is an important meeting during which you will learn the requirements of the major, meet psychology faculty, and select your academic advisor.

All materials required to declare a major (or minor) will be provided at the meeting.

The meeting will last approximately 30 minutes.

Math Refresher

Come to Bloom Auditorium to get a quick refresher from the PQRC mentors on the following topics. This refresher will be offered on Both Wednesday the 2nd and Thursday the 3rd.

7:00-7:30:  Trig
7:30-8:00:  Fractions / Exponents
8:00-8:30:  Algebra
8:30-9:00:  Unit Conversion / Logs / Scientific notation

 

 

Social Influences on Learning and Decision Making in Monkeys and Apes

Psychology Colloquium

Dr. Kristin E. Bonnie, Associate Professor of Psychology, Beloit College, Wisconsin
B.S.,St. Lawrence University; M.A., Ph.D., Emory University

Kristin's teaching research focuses on the behavior and cognition of animals, especially non-human primates, and involves studies of learning and tool use in monkeys and apes. Kristin is also working on projects related to the scholarship of teaching and learning.

 

Psychology Major Minor Declaration Meeting

POTENTIAL PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS/MINORS: Plan to attend an important meeting for Sophomores who wish to declare a psychology major or minor this semester.  Monday, February 10, 4:30 p.m. Bloomer Auditorium.  You will learn about the NEWLY UPDATED major/minor requirements, meet the psychology faculty, select your new advisor, and have your paperwork completed. Please don’t miss this meeting, especially since the requirements have recently changed!

Dr. Graham Baird to Deliver Seminar

Dr. Graham Baird was raised in central New York and graduated from Holland Patent High School in 1994.  For his undergraduate degree, Baird attended St. Lawrence University where he was a three-sport athlete (cross-country running, Nordic skiing, and track) and graduated in 1998 cum laude receiving a Geology B.S. degree with Honors.  Following St. Lawrence University, he obtained graduate degrees from Binghamton University (2001, M.A. in Geology) and the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (2006, Ph.D. in Geology).  Baird’s Ph.D.

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