Welcome to the 36th Annual Red River Psychology conference hosted by the NDSU psychology department and the NDSU Psychology Club.
The Red River Psychology Conference is designed to promote student involvement in research by offering a professional meeting at which students have the opportunity to report on their research activities and discuss their findings with peers, faculty, and the community. Each year the conference rotates among institutions of the Fargo-Moorhead tri-college community (NDSU, Concordia College, and MSUM). Conference participants present posters or papers, and the event is highlighted by a keynote address and a luncheon address given by an invited distinguished scholar. This year, we are very excited to present Dr. Suparna Rajaram from Stony Brook University as our keynote speaker.
The Red River Psychology Conference attracts undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty members from the tri-college community, as well as professionals from surrounding colleges, universities, health care facilities, professional schools, and research institutions. The conference is open to everyone, and registration is free. We hope you will join us to learn about, discuss, and celebrate our students' research accomplishments.
NDSU Department of Psychology
MSUM Department of Psychology
Concordia College Department of Psychology
NDSU Department of Human Development and Family Science
NDSU College of Science and Mathematics
NDSU Office of Research and Creative Activity