Perillo to Present on Sexual Violence Prevention

Anthony PerilloDr. Anthony Perillo, of the Center for Personal Growth in Davidson, NC, will present at the Psychology Research Colloquium on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 2 pm in Killian 104.  He will present his research on the application of sex offender management efforts to unique offender subgroups.

McLean to Speak on Neural Correlates of Depression

Psychology DepartmentDr. Amy McLean (PhD in Clinical Psychology, Duke University) will present at the Psychology Research Colloquium on Jan 14, 12:15 pm in Killian 102.  Her topic is “Neural Correlates of Depression: Implications for Intervention with Evidence-Based Therapies.” All are welcome to attend.

Robinson from UGA to speak at Psychology Colloquium

Dawn Robinson UGADr. Dawn Robinson, professor of sociology at the University of Georgia, will speak at the Psychology Colloquium on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 12:15 pm in Killian 102.  Her topic is “Modeling Face-to-Face Behaviors within and across Cultures.” Dr. Robinson’s research examines how macro-level social structures are produced, conserved, and altered during face-to-face interaction. In particular, she works with formal models of identity and emotion that attempt to model the link between structure, culture, and individual social action and experience.

Speaker Presents on Neuroregulation

Diversity Dialogue: Tourette’s Syndrome held Sept. 9

Savannah Vining“Tic Out Loud: Coming Out with Tourette’s Syndrome” is a Diversity Dialogue event held on Sept 9 at 6 pm in Killian 102. Savannah Vining, Secondary English Education major, shared her journey with Tourette’s Syndrome followed by the movie Front of the Class. This event can be a part of fulfilling the Diversity Portfolio requirements for EDCI 201, PSY 323, or SPED 339.

Teach Like a Pirate Presentation Coming to WCU

Talk Like a PirateThe College of Education and Allied Professions will sponsor Dave Burgess, author of Teach Like a Pirate, on campus September 29 at 6:00 pm in the Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center. This event is open to the public and free. The college especially invites current students, faculty, and regional teachers and administrators.