SLU Students attend Eastern Psychological Association Conference | St. Lawrence University Psychology

SLU Students attend Eastern Psychological Association Conference

Recently, 20 St. Lawrence University students and 8 faculty attended a conference in New York City from February 28 to March 3. They went to the annual Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) conference.

Many of the faculty and students also presented research during the conference.

The following students presented their research (not all attended conference):

  • Grace Wetzel '19 
  • Taylor (Lulu) LaRobardiere '19 (didn’t attend conference, was co-author on a poster)
  • Jenna Sencabaugh '19
  • Breana Griffin '19 
  • Cole Poulin '19 
  • Hannah Mungenast '20
  • Makayla Rogers
  • Andrea Ayala '21 (didn’t attend conference, was co-author on a poster)
  • Paige Currie '19
  • Cheyenne McQuain '20 
  • Rachel Loyst '21 (didn’t attend conference, was co-author on a poster)

The following faculty presented research

  • Mark Oakes, associate professor of psychology
  • Loraina Ghiraldi, associate professor of psychology
  • Serge Onyper, James R. Wallace Associate Professor of Psychology
  • Cathy Crosby, associate professor of psychology
  • Megan Carpenter, assistant professor of psychology
  • Adam Fox, assistant professor of psychology

The following faculty attended but did not present

  • Tom Greene, professor of psychology
  • Mela Lawson, retired coordinator of introductory psychology labs

The following alumni were co-authors on several presented studies

  • Rachel Snitzer '18 
  • Kaelyn Kohlasch '18
  • John-Henry Trudeau '18 
  • Mackenzie Gardner '18