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Human Genome Project Forum

CSU-Fullerton Chapter of the Psychology Honor Society, PSI CHI, presents... Human Genome Project Forum Perspectives from Biology, Biochemistry, Anthropology, Philosophy, Political Science, and Psychology Date: Thursday, November 2nd, 2000 Time: 4:00-7:00PM Location: Mackey Auditorium, Ruby Gerontology Center Room 13 Speakers: Dr. Virginia Carson, Professor of Biology & Dean of Wilkinson College of Letters and Sciences, Chapman University Dr. Christopher Meyer, Associate Professor of Biochemistry, CSU-Fullerton Dr. Nancy Segal, Professor of Psychology, CSU-Fullerton Dr. John Bock, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, CSU-Fullerton Dr. Phillip Gianos, Professor of Political Science, CSU-Fullerton Dr. Albert Flores, Professor of Philosophy, CSU-Fullerton Moderator: Dr. Richard Lippa, Professor of Psychology, CSU-Fullerton Sponsored by: Associated Students, Inc., CSU-Fullerton College of Humanities and Social Sciences, CSU-Fullerton Institute of Gerontology, CSU-Fullerton kicon.com University Honors and Scholars Center, CSU-Fullerton University Outreach, CSU-Fullerton Background info. on the Human Genome Project: http://www.ornl.gov/hgmis/project/about.html
 

PSYCH DAY - APRIL 27

Reserve April 27 for Psych Day. Speakers, workshops, and more!
 

Clinical Psychology Special Event

Mark your calendar for Thursday, Nov. 4. The Psychology Department and Psi Chi are sponsoring an invited lecture by Dr. Gerald Davison from USC. Dr. Davison is the author of the best-selling Abnormal Psychology text with John Neal, Clinical Behavior Therapy, and Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology. He will speak at 2:30pm in the TSU theater. There will be panels of mental health professionals in Orange County, information about studying clinical psychology at CSUF, and alumni of the clinical psychology graduate program at CSUF.
 

"carreers in Industrial / Organizational psychology

Wed. October 13th. 12:00-12:45 H525 (Psych Lounge) Dr. Blackman will discuss opportunities within the field of I/O psychology. Free Pizza!!! Sponsered by Psi Chi
 

"Power Point Workshop"

wed. sept. 22, 1999 12:00-12:45 H-609 Learn how to present your work proffessionally, via the user friendly Power Point software. Dr. Perkins presents, sponsored by Psi Chi
 

Welcome New Faculty

We have two new full-time faculty joining the department in Fall 1999. Dr. Bill Marelich will be teaching advanced statistics and other classes. His Ph.D. is from Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Marilyn Davis will be teaching courses in our clinical psychology master's program. Her Ph.D. is from Brigham Young University. Welcome Bill and Marilyn!

Dr. Segal's Twins Book

Congratulations to Dr. Nancy Segal on her new book published by Dutton, NY. ENTWINED LIVES: TWINS AND WHAT THEY TELL US ABOUT HUMAN BEHAVIOR Dr. Segal will be appearing on Dateline, Tuesday, March 30, at 9PM. A story on her studies will also appear in the OC Register on March 30. She will also hold a brief talk and book signing on Saturday, April 10, at 7PM at the Borders Bookstore in Brea, 429 S. Associated Rd.
 

Shyness Book Published

Shyness: A Bold New Approach by Dr. Bernardo J. Carducci has just been published by Harper Collins. Bernie Carducci is an alum of both the undergraduate and graduate psychology programs at CSUF. He currently teaches at Indiana University Southeast. Congratulations to Bernie!
 

Conference Presentation Workshop

Dr. Devenport will be giving a workshop on how to present your reseach at a professional conference. Come learn about conference poster sessions, how to design a poster, and what information should be included in your poster.
 

Everyone is welcome at our next discussion group! WED., MARCH 17, NOON, H-525 (Psychology Lounge) Topic: RACISM & PREJUDICE Speakers: Prof. Julie Stokes Afro-Ethnic Studies & Psychology Prof. Craig Ihara Asian-American Studies & Philosophy Prof. Jeffrey Brody Communications

Psychology Department Student Asssociation. Next meeting on Monday, March 15 or Tuesday, March 16. Noon to 1pm in H-525 lounge. Come either day!

 

Thanksgiving Clothing Drive! As you start your shopping for Christmas, please remember the needy people around us and bring your old clothes to the Psych. Lounge, H-525, so that Psi Chi can help deliver them to charities in L.A. and O.C. Collection starts Tues., 11/10, through Thurs., 11/19

 

Two speakers will be visiting on Nov. 10 and 12. On Nov 10, Clarice Veit (Rand Corp) will speak on "Motivating Breast Screening Compliance: A Decision Barrier Model for Elderly Latinas." On Nov. 12, Scott Hershberger (CSULB) will speak on "Biological Influences on Sexual Orientation".

 

And a big farewell to Dr. Carol Lindquist. Carol was the heart and soul of the clinical psychology program and will be greatly missed. Carol will be working on lots of projects including a new book!

 

Farewell to Dr. Stearns and Dr. McFarland who retired this year. Welcome to our new faculty: Melinda Blackman (I/O), Jennifer Devenport (Legal Psychology), and Duana Welch (Psychology of Aging).

 


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