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Psych Social

Join us for the Psychology Fall Social as we enjoy some delicious refreshments before heading over to the Bill Roll Lecture!

Psych Social 2019:
The event has concluded for this year. Stay tuned for informaton regarding the event for next year!

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Bill Roll Lectures

UWG Psychology Department annually hosts “The Bill Roll Lecture”, which is presented by a current researcher in the field of parapsychology. This year, we welcome Dr. Julia Mossbridge who will give a presentation titled " Examining the Long Body in Time: Precognition in Laboratory Experiments". 

2019 Schedule:
The event has concluded for this year. Stay tuned for informaton regarding the event for next year!

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Jim Klee Forum Lecture

Due to his contributions, UWG Psychology Department annually hosts “The Jim Klee Forum Lecture”, which is presented by a current researcher in the field of psychology doing cutting-edge work.

2019 Schedule:
The event has concluded for this year. Stay tuned for informaton regarding the event for next year!

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Psych Out / Psych In

Psych Out/Psych In is an annual day devoted to community in a kind of double movement; “out” to others and our surrounding communities and “in” towards ourselves as a community of teachers and students. Psychology faculty and students spend a day together and go “out” to a community and work there; around noon, we come back to Melson and share a community pot luck. The last two years, faculty and students have worked to nurture and plant UWG’s community garden, which raises vegetables as donation for the Carrollton community. The event has concluded for this year. Stay tuned for informaton regarding the event for next year!

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SPARC

SPARC is a research conference and community event designed to facilitate personal and professional enrichment as both undergraduate and graduate students share their reflections and research ideas in a 10-minute presentation.

2019 Schedule:
The event has concluded for this year. Stay tuned for informaton regarding the event for next year!

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Graduate Colloquium

The graduate colloquium was established in spring 2018 as a monthly event of the department. Master and PhD students can present a research project at any stage of development (be it the first ideas and plans, be it a full-fledged proposal), a conference presentation (planned or already held), or a final paper from a graduate class formulating original ideas.

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I am Psyched!

I am Psyched! is a multimedia initiative that explores the history and contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology as they engage in psychological science, practice and social justice. For more information please visit the official I am Psyched! National Tour on APA.

I am Psyched! 2020:
Will be hosted at the Ingram Library from Feb. 24-29.