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Van Camp and Parker (CAS ’12) presented poster at Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting

Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and D’Anita Parker, CAS ’12 (Psychology major, Criminal Justice minor), presented a poster titled “Religion and Attitudes Toward Crime and Law Enforcement” at the Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA, in March 2012.

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Van Camp presented paper at the APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Conference on Religion and Spirituality

Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Assistant Professor of Psychology, presented a paper titled “Distinguishing between Religion as a Social Identity and Religion as a Social Activity and their Relationship to Prejudice” at the APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Conference on Religion and Spirituality in Loyola, MD, in March 2012.

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Van Camp presented paper and chaired session at the Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting

Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Assistant Professor of Psychology, presented a paper titled “Religion and Intergroup Bias” and chaired her session at the Eastern Psychological Associate Annual Meeting in March 2012 in Pittsburg, PA.

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Van Camp and Baugh presented poster at Eastern Teaching of Psychology Conference

Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Stacey Baugh, Assistant Professor of Psychology, presented a poster titled “You Can Lead a Horse to Water: Students’ Attitudes Towards and Efficacy of an Online Textbook Support Site” at the Eastern Teaching of Psychology Conference in Staunton, VA, in June 2012.

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Van Camp and Baugh presented poster at Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching

Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Stacey Baugh, Assistant Professor of Psychology, presented a poster titled “The Impact of an Online Component on Introduction to Psychology Grades” at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching in Bethesda, MD, in June 2012.

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Baugh and Van Camp presented poster at Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Eastern Psychological Association Conference

Dr. Stacey Baugh, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Assistant Professor of Psychology, presented a poster titled “Evaluating the Efficacy of College-Level Human Sexuality Seminar” at both the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching in Bethesda, MD, in June 2012 and the Eastern Psychological Association Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, in March 2012.

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Baugh co-authors article in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry

Dr. Stacey Baugh, Assistant Professor of Psychology, co-authored an article titled “Talking About Immigration: Community Voices on Service, Research, and Policy Needs” that was published in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry in August, 2012.  The full citation information is here: Talwar, G., Sianko, N., Baugh, S., & Brodsky, A.  (2012).  Talking About Immigration: Community Voices on Service, Research, and Policy...

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Baugh and Ocampo to present at the APA’s Division 44 National Multicultural Conference and Summit

Dr. Stacey Baugh, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Carlota Ocampo, Associate Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will present their paper titled “Re-Visioning Health Psychology: Advancing a Multicultural Framework” at the American Psychological Association’s Division 44 National Multicultural Conference and Summit on Transforming Multicultural Psychology: Engagement, Renewal and Action across Generations in...

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Greer receives award from D.C. Counseling Association

Dr. Cynthia Greer, Associate Professor of Counseling, received the C. Harold McCully Award for outstanding service as an educator from the D.C. Counseling Association this past spring.

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Greer gives keynote address at the Howard University Counseling Student Conference and the Maryland Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development Conference

Dr. Cynthia Greer, Associate Professor of Counseling, gave a keynote address, “Social Injustice and Trauma: The Concept of Post-Traumatic Growth and the Power of the Human Spirit,” at both the Howard University Counseling Student Conference and the Maryland Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development Conference in June of 2012.

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