Westminster students and faculty make presentations of their research in many different places.
Local PresentationsPsychology majors conduct research projects in several different classes. In these classes students make formal presentations of the research results. All Psychology students present their senior theses at the Psychology Department Annual Senior Research Presentations in December of each year. Virtually all Psychology students also present their research at the Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate Psychology Conference held each spring. Click here for the abstracts of the papers presented at the Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate Psychology Conference and to see pictures of the December 1998 presenters.
Regional PresentationsSome students present at the Psi Chi Poster Sessions held at either the Eastern Psychological Association or the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meetings. Each year the Psychology club decides which of these meetings the students will attend and students with completed data collection may submit their research. Click here to see pictures of students presenting posters at EPA in 1999.
National and International PresentationWestminster students have also presented co-authored papers or posters with their Westminster professors at the following annual meetings:
American Psychological Association
Click here to reach the faculty home pages which include descriptions of their current research programs.
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