11:00 a.m. in Carnegie 110: “Careers in Clinical Psychology”
A Mental health professional panel to discuss careers in Clinical Psychology. Hosted by the new Clinical Careers Club along with Juvia Heuchert and Lauren Paulson.
1:30 p.m. in Carnegie 110: “Declaring a Psychology Major”
This session is designed for newly declared majors and those who are considering the Psychology major. It will cover the logistics of declaring the major, scheduling options, Junior Seminars, and the Senior Project. Hosted by Sarah Conklin and Lydia Jackson.
3:00 p.m. in Carnegie 212: “Careers in Psychology”
This session features Allegheny alumni discussing the wide range of options available to psychology majors. Hosted by Rod Clark.
The Alexander String Quartet will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, in Ford Chapel. The ASQ will play Mozart’s String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590, Benjamin Britten’s Three Divertimenti for String Quartet and Schubert’s String Quartet No. 14 in D minor, D. 810 “Death and the Maiden.” Members of the quartet are violinists Zakarias Grafilo and Frederick Lifsitz, violist Paul Yarbrough and cellist Sandy Wilson. Interdisciplinary residencies for institutions of higher learning and their communities have earned the ensemble international renown for contributions to education and audience development. During its annual residency at Allegheny, the quartet will visit classes across the academic disciplines, including classes not only in music but also in psychology, communication arts, English, biology and philosophy.
Call for Submissions Open Through January 31, 2013
25th APS Annual Convention
Celebrating 25 years of APS and psychological science
May 23-26, 2013 l Washington, DC, USA
25th APS Annual Convention
May 23-26, 2013 – Washington, DC, USA
The APS Convention is the premiere international meeting solely dedicated to psychological science, featuring special talks, symposia, and posters presenting the latest research across the entire field. The meeting is an excellent opportunity to meet distinguished scientists, learn about the latest research and methods, and network for tomorrow’s collaborations.
Call for Submissions Open Through 31 January 2013: APS’s convenient online system includes opportunities to submit symposium and poster presentations.
Featured Speakers: Ted Abel; Deanna Barch; Jennifer A. Bartz; John E. Bates; Roy F. Baumeister; John T. Cacioppo; Gerald L. Clore; Eric Eich; Michael Fanselow; Susan T. Fiske; Michael S. Gazzaniga; Morton Ann Gernsbacher; Alicia A. Grandey; James J. Gross; J. Richard Hackman; Diane F. Halpern; Eddie Harmon-Jones; Larry V. Hedges; Leslie K. John; Daniel Kahneman; Robert M. Kaplan; Shinobu Kitayama; Lynn Liben; Scott O. Lilienfeld; Elizabeth F. Loftus; Helen J. Neville; Brian Nosek; Harold E. Pashler; Elizabeth A. Phelps; Henry L. Roediger, III; Rebecca Saxe; Uri Simonsohn; Barbara A. Spellman; Joseph E. Steinmetz; Richard M. Suzman; Yi-Yuan Tang; Elaine F. Walker; Jelte M. Wicherts
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The Year of Transforming Education invites you to participate in the “Passport Challenge.” These Year of Transforming Education Passports will be in your campus boxes this week. If you plan to participate, please keep track of your passport. For more information on the Passport Challenge please visit www.allegheny.edu/yearof.
Institute for American Universities (IAU)
2013 Summer Programs
- Select a 3-week or 6-week experience!
- Earn 3 to 9 credits!
- Choose from 3 programs!
If you are interested, or would like more information, please come to the IAU Information Session.
With Dr. Patricia Rutledge
(Allegheny Professor; IAU Alumna; IAU Summer Instructor)
Friday, September 21 at Noon
212 Carnegie Hall
Allegheny’s Annual theme
Allegheny College students and faculty choose an annual theme that focuses on a timely, important idea, and they collaborate to promote awareness and understanding through curriculum, speakers, service and experiential learning.
For more information about the Year of Transforming Education theme or events, contact Dr. Aimee Knupsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Stephanie Martin at or at email@example.com.
Make sure you check out the NEW Transforming Education Facebook page!