Each semester the Department of Psychology sponsors a lecture series. Nationally-prominent researchers present their work on a variety of topics. These presentations are open to the public and free of charge. They are held every Friday from 3:00-4:30 PM in 230 Minard Hall. If you would like to receive regular emails with colloquium announcements just let us know.
*Articles associated with the colloquium, provided by the speaker will be posted when available. Dr. Mark Nawrot and Dr. Clay Routledge will be facilitating colloquium this semester.
|1/20/17||“Active Thought: Interplays Between Action, Perception, and Cognition”|
|1/27/17||Scott Engel, Ph.D.|
Neuropsychiatric Research Institute
|"Problems after Bariatric Surgery: Trouble in Paradise?"||Article|
Laura Thomas, Ph.D. &
|"They submitted an NSF grant - they couldn't believe what happened next"|
|2/10/17||Wendy Troop-Gordon, Ph.D.|
|"The Enduring Impact of Childhood Peer Adversity: The Development and Role of Stress Responses"|
Erin Conwell, Ph.D.
|"When more is not enough: How diversity affects child language development"|
Erin Conwell, Ph.D. &
|"The Knights who Say NIH! An Overview of Applying for NIH Funding"|
|3/3/17||2017 Gertrude Weigum Hinsz Lecture|
Dr. Jeffrey Parker
|“How Perceived Inequalities in Popularity or Physical Attractiveness Between Partners Contribute to Negative Friendship Experiences”|
Event will be presented at 3:30 pm on Friday, March 3rd, in the Atrium of the NDSU Alumni Center. (Reception to follow)
Jamie Arndt, Ph.D.
|4/21/17||Red River Psychology Conference|