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PSYC Majors & Minors: Join your peers this Saturday for this timely workshop. Seats are still available...don’t miss out...
04/19/2021

PSYC Majors & Minors: Join your peers this Saturday for this timely workshop. Seats are still available...don’t miss out!

**PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
In order to preregister for this event, please visit https://salisbury.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BpaRSsmXaeC5Iq or scan the QR code on the image. 20 seats available - first come, first served.
NOTE: This event is only open to Psychology majors or minors at SU at this time.

DETAILS: As part of the Psychology Forum series, the Racism & Coping Research Lab supervised by Dr. Yuki Okubo will be conducting a workshop titled ‘Antiracism 101: Starting a Race Dialogue’ on Saturday, April 24th, 5-7pm.

This workshop is centered with an acknowledgement that racism exists at PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We would like to engage in an active discussion on our experience of racism with the workshop participants, and for participants to start race dialogues with people around them. The purpose of this workshop is to gain some knowledge on the issues of racism in the US and to move us to take action.

PSYC Majors & Minors: Join your peers this Saturday for this timely workshop. Seats are still available...don’t miss out!

**PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
In order to preregister for this event, please visit https://salisbury.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BpaRSsmXaeC5Iq or scan the QR code on the image. 20 seats available - first come, first served.
NOTE: This event is only open to Psychology majors or minors at SU at this time.

DETAILS: As part of the Psychology Forum series, the Racism & Coping Research Lab supervised by Dr. Yuki Okubo will be conducting a workshop titled ‘Antiracism 101: Starting a Race Dialogue’ on Saturday, April 24th, 5-7pm.

This workshop is centered with an acknowledgement that racism exists at PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We would like to engage in an active discussion on our experience of racism with the workshop participants, and for participants to start race dialogues with people around them. The purpose of this workshop is to gain some knowledge on the issues of racism in the US and to move us to take action.

Up next in our Psychology Forum series: Racial SocializationFacilitators: Dr. Schlehofer & Dr. SteeleApril 27th - 5:30-6...
04/19/2021

Up next in our Psychology Forum series:
Racial Socialization
Facilitators: Dr. Schlehofer & Dr. Steele
April 27th - 5:30-6:30pm
https://salisbury.zoom.us/j/95412742634
Meeting ID: 954 1274 2634

Up next in our Psychology Forum series:
Racial Socialization
Facilitators: Dr. Schlehofer & Dr. Steele
April 27th - 5:30-6:30pm
https://salisbury.zoom.us/j/95412742634
Meeting ID: 954 1274 2634

TODAY at 11:59 pm is the deadline to apply for the Anderson Award in Applied Psychology!! Don’t miss out on your chance ...
04/18/2021

TODAY at 11:59 pm is the deadline to apply for the Anderson Award in Applied Psychology!! Don’t miss out on your chance to be considered! Scan the QR code or visit https://tinyurl.com/Anderson-Award-2021 to apply.

TODAY at 11:59 pm is the deadline to apply for the Anderson Award in Applied Psychology!! Don’t miss out on your chance to be considered! Scan the QR code or visit https://tinyurl.com/Anderson-Award-2021 to apply.

PSYC Majors & Minors: Seats are still available...don’t miss out! **PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED**In order to preregister f...
04/17/2021

PSYC Majors & Minors: Seats are still available...don’t miss out!

**PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
In order to preregister for this event, please visit https://salisbury.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BpaRSsmXaeC5Iq or scan the QR code on the image. 20 seats available - first come, first served.
NOTE: This event is only open to Psychology majors or minors at SU at this time.

DETAILS: As part of the Psychology Forum series, the Racism & Coping Research Lab supervised by Dr. Yuki Okubo will be conducting a workshop titled ‘Antiracism 101: Starting a Race Dialogue’ on Saturday, April 24th, 5-7pm.

This workshop is centered with an acknowledgement that racism exists at PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We would like to engage in an active discussion on our experience of racism with the workshop participants, and for participants to start race dialogues with people around them. The purpose of this workshop is to gain some knowledge on the issues of racism in the US and to move us to take action.

PSYC Majors & Minors: Seats are still available...don’t miss out!

**PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
In order to preregister for this event, please visit https://salisbury.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BpaRSsmXaeC5Iq or scan the QR code on the image. 20 seats available - first come, first served.
NOTE: This event is only open to Psychology majors or minors at SU at this time.

DETAILS: As part of the Psychology Forum series, the Racism & Coping Research Lab supervised by Dr. Yuki Okubo will be conducting a workshop titled ‘Antiracism 101: Starting a Race Dialogue’ on Saturday, April 24th, 5-7pm.

This workshop is centered with an acknowledgement that racism exists at PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We would like to engage in an active discussion on our experience of racism with the workshop participants, and for participants to start race dialogues with people around them. The purpose of this workshop is to gain some knowledge on the issues of racism in the US and to move us to take action.

**Deadline is quickly approaching!** The last day to apply for the Anderson Award in Applied Psychology is this Sunday, ...
04/16/2021

**Deadline is quickly approaching!** The last day to apply for the Anderson Award in Applied Psychology is this Sunday, April 18, 2021. Scan the QR code or visit https://tinyurl.com/Anderson-Award-2021 to apply.

**Deadline is quickly approaching!** The last day to apply for the Anderson Award in Applied Psychology is this Sunday, April 18, 2021. Scan the QR code or visit https://tinyurl.com/Anderson-Award-2021 to apply.

Please join Psychology Major and Honors student, Chloe Birch (mentor: Dr. Patterson), who is presenting a watch party an...
04/15/2021

Please join Psychology Major and Honors student, Chloe Birch (mentor: Dr. Patterson), who is presenting a watch party and panel discussion on the film “Killing Us Softly 4” Wednesday, April 28th at 6:00 pm.
*You must sign in using SU Zoom via the following link: https://salisbury.zoom.us/j/98287771720

Please join Psychology Major and Honors student, Chloe Birch (mentor: Dr. Patterson), who is presenting a watch party and panel discussion on the film “Killing Us Softly 4” Wednesday, April 28th at 6:00 pm.
*You must sign in using SU Zoom via the following link: https://salisbury.zoom.us/j/98287771720

SU Faculty, Staff, and Students: Please consider signing this important petition regarding the SU Counseling Center.Visi...
04/15/2021

SU Faculty, Staff, and Students: Please consider signing this important petition regarding the SU Counseling Center.

Visit http://chng.it/z5HL6vtn75 or scan the QR code.

SU Faculty, Staff, and Students: Please consider signing this important petition regarding the SU Counseling Center.

Visit http://chng.it/z5HL6vtn75 or scan the QR code.

As part of the Psychology Forum series, the Racism & Coping Research Lab supervised by Dr. Yuki Okubo will be conducting...
04/15/2021

As part of the Psychology Forum series, the Racism & Coping Research Lab supervised by Dr. Yuki Okubo will be conducting a workshop titled ‘Antiracism 101: Starting a Race Dialogue’ on Saturday, April 24th, 5-7pm.

This workshop is centered with an acknowledgement that racism exists at PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We would like to engage in an active discussion on our experience of racism with the workshop participants, and for participants to start race dialogues with people around them. The purpose of this workshop is to gain some knowledge on the issues of racism in the US and to move us to take action.

**PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
In order to preregister for this event, please visit https://salisbury.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BpaRSsmXaeC5Iq or scan the QR code on the image. 20 seats available - first come, first served.
**This event is only open to Psychology majors or minors at SU at this time.**

As part of the Psychology Forum series, the Racism & Coping Research Lab supervised by Dr. Yuki Okubo will be conducting a workshop titled ‘Antiracism 101: Starting a Race Dialogue’ on Saturday, April 24th, 5-7pm.

This workshop is centered with an acknowledgement that racism exists at PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We would like to engage in an active discussion on our experience of racism with the workshop participants, and for participants to start race dialogues with people around them. The purpose of this workshop is to gain some knowledge on the issues of racism in the US and to move us to take action.

**PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
In order to preregister for this event, please visit https://salisbury.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BpaRSsmXaeC5Iq or scan the QR code on the image. 20 seats available - first come, first served.
**This event is only open to Psychology majors or minors at SU at this time.**

Dr. Suzanne Osman shared that Psychology student Jamie Nicholson was accepted into Johns Hopkins University for Counseli...
04/13/2021

Dr. Suzanne Osman shared that Psychology student Jamie Nicholson was accepted into Johns Hopkins University for Counseling - Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Jamie has accepted their offer and will be attending! Hooray!! 😁 Congratulations, Jamie!! 👏

Dr. Suzanne Osman shared that Psychology student Jamie Nicholson was accepted into Johns Hopkins University for Counseling - Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Jamie has accepted their offer and will be attending! Hooray!! 😁 Congratulations, Jamie!! 👏

IN ONE WEEK: Psych Forum: School Psychology: What Do They Do & How Do You Enter the Field?Speaker: Briana Jordan - 2015 ...
04/06/2021

IN ONE WEEK: Psych Forum: School Psychology: What Do They Do & How Do You Enter the Field?

Speaker: Briana Jordan - 2015 SU Psychology graduate; currently School Psychologist for Wicomico County Public Schools

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 13, 2021 / 3:30-4:30 pm

Join the Zoom Meeting: https://salisbury.zoom.us/j/94328780113

+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)

Meeting ID: 943 2878 0113

Any questions? Please contact Dr. Lance Garmon ([email protected])

IN ONE WEEK: Psych Forum: School Psychology: What Do They Do & How Do You Enter the Field?

Speaker: Briana Jordan - 2015 SU Psychology graduate; currently School Psychologist for Wicomico County Public Schools

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 13, 2021 / 3:30-4:30 pm

Join the Zoom Meeting: https://salisbury.zoom.us/j/94328780113

+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)

Meeting ID: 943 2878 0113

Any questions? Please contact Dr. Lance Garmon ([email protected])

Psychology Department Chair, Dr. Meredith Patterson, and Academic Program Specialist, Cyndi Funkhouser, are proud to sha...
04/06/2021

Psychology Department Chair, Dr. Meredith Patterson, and Academic Program Specialist, Cyndi Funkhouser, are proud to share that they gave today & their gifts will benefit Psychology! 💛❤️💛❤️#SUGivingDay

Today’s the day! SU’s Giving Day is officially underway! The Psychology Department would like to thank our gift givers i...
04/06/2021

Today’s the day! SU’s Giving Day is officially underway! The Psychology Department would like to thank our gift givers in advance - we are beyond grateful! #SUGivingDay http://givingday.salisbury.edu

Today’s the day! SU’s Giving Day is officially underway! The Psychology Department would like to thank our gift givers in advance - we are beyond grateful! #SUGivingDay http://givingday.salisbury.edu

It’s almost here...SU’s Giving Day is tomorrow! Be sure to visit the Fulton Giving Day Table at the fountain for Fulton ...
04/05/2021

It’s almost here...SU’s Giving Day is tomorrow! Be sure to visit the Fulton Giving Day Table at the fountain for Fulton Giveaways 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. Hope to see you there! Your support of Psychology students, faculty, and programs will be greatly appreciated! #SUGivingDay

It’s almost here...SU’s Giving Day is tomorrow! Be sure to visit the Fulton Giving Day Table at the fountain for Fulton Giveaways 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. Hope to see you there! Your support of Psychology students, faculty, and programs will be greatly appreciated! #SUGivingDay

Dr. Acocella shared that “Emaline Printz has been accepted to the Hood College Graduate School program for Counseling, C...
04/04/2021

Dr. Acocella shared that “Emaline Printz has been accepted to the Hood College Graduate School program for Counseling, Clinical Mental Health (M.S.). She will begin graduate studies this coming Fall.” Great job, Emaline! 👏

Dr. Acocella shared that “Emaline Printz has been accepted to the Hood College Graduate School program for Counseling, Clinical Mental Health (M.S.). She will begin graduate studies this coming Fall.” Great job, Emaline! 👏

We’re happy to share that we received the following news today. Congrats, Marissa & Andrew! 👏🤩Dr. Chappell shared the fo...
04/02/2021

We’re happy to share that we received the following news today. Congrats, Marissa & Andrew! 👏🤩

Dr. Chappell shared the following news that she received from Marissa Schmidt: “I have been accepted into Towson University's Master of Arts and Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.) program in school psychology which is fully accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists. I have also been offered the position of the programs Graduate Assistant where I will work under the supervision of the program director. I am very excited to begin this program in the fall and I am very thankful for your help with securing my internship which very much helped me get into the program!!!”

Dr. Fritz shared this message from alum Andrew Olah (‘15) regarding his recent publication in the International Journal of Humor Research: “I just wanted to let you know that I've recently published my first first-authored manuscript and I just wanted to share it with you (it's available free access as part of a special issue): https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/humor-2021-0009/html”

We’re happy to share that we received the following news today. Congrats, Marissa & Andrew! 👏🤩

Dr. Chappell shared the following news that she received from Marissa Schmidt: “I have been accepted into Towson University's Master of Arts and Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.) program in school psychology which is fully accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists. I have also been offered the position of the programs Graduate Assistant where I will work under the supervision of the program director. I am very excited to begin this program in the fall and I am very thankful for your help with securing my internship which very much helped me get into the program!!!”

Dr. Fritz shared this message from alum Andrew Olah (‘15) regarding his recent publication in the International Journal of Humor Research: “I just wanted to let you know that I've recently published my first first-authored manuscript and I just wanted to share it with you (it's available free access as part of a special issue): https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/humor-2021-0009/html”

Just 4 more days until SU's Giving Day arrives on April 6, 2021. It will be a “day when alumni, students, faculty, staff...
04/01/2021

Just 4 more days until SU's Giving Day arrives on April 6, 2021. It will be a “day when alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends, once again flock together for an extraordinary 24 hours, celebrating and supporting the areas of Salisbury University’s campus that mean the most to us. There are matching gifts, challenges, raffle prizes, and more! Every gift – when combined with others – does make a difference!” (Source: https://givingday.salisbury.edu). Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make an impact on the future of Psychology students, faculty, and programs. #SUGIvingDay

PSYC Majors & Minors: As you plan your fall schedule, we'd like to encourage you to take PSYC 495.601 "Caste in India an...
03/31/2021

PSYC Majors & Minors: As you plan your fall schedule, we'd like to encourage you to take PSYC 495.601 "Caste in India and the U.S.," which fulfills the Social course requirement. This course will center around understanding the award-winning book Caste: The origins of our discontents by Isabel Wilkerson. In the book, Wilkerson discusses the U.S.' history of anti-Black racism, and compares it to caste systems in India and N**i Germany. As a unique feature of the course, we will be learning alongside (and from) students enrolled in Pandit Deendayal Energy University in Gandhinagar, India. The course is co-taught by Dr. Schlehofer and Dr. Steele.

This unique course will likely not be offered again, so make sure to enroll before you miss this opportunity.

Salisbury University Psychology Department
03/30/2021

Salisbury University Psychology Department

Salisbury University Psychology Department's cover photo
03/30/2021

Salisbury University Psychology Department's cover photo

We are impressed with the work that Fulton Student Ambassadors are doing to promote the Fulton School. Follow them on In...
03/30/2021

We are impressed with the work that Fulton Student Ambassadors are doing to promote the Fulton School. Follow them on Instagram to keep up with the latest!

SU Psychology Students: Here’s an opportunity for any of you who may be interested. To participate, just enter your Stud...
03/29/2021

SU Psychology Students: Here’s an opportunity for any of you who may be interested. To participate, just enter your Student ID when you register.

SOCIOLOGY FRONT Presents:
The Friendliest Town, a documentary about policing and race in Pocomoke City (just 25 miles south of SU). After the screening, they are hosting a discussion with Stephen Janis (the writer and director) and Taya Graham (the producer). They hope to see you there April 6th, 6:00-8:00pm.

For more information on the documentary, scan QR code or visit https://www.baltimoremagazine.com/.../new-documentary.../.

*Registration Required*
To register, scan QR code or visit https://salisbury.co1.qualtrics.com/.../SV_0MTzHzMeIe8qcJ0

Three Psychology faculty members are featured in the 2021 issue of RE:Search magazine! Dr. Yuki Okubo’s impact as a ment...
03/29/2021

Three Psychology faculty members are featured in the 2021 issue of RE:Search magazine! Dr. Yuki Okubo’s impact as a mentor, Dr. Rhyannon Bemis’s accomplishments as the new OURCA Director, and Dr. Michele Schlehofer’s work connecting ethics and humanities are highlighted in detail. We applaud their leadership. 👏

Read more here:https://www.salisbury.edu/administration/academic-affairs/graduate-studies-and-research/_files/research-magazine/research-magazine-s21.pdf

Dr. Chrys Egan, Associate Dean of the Fulton School of Liberal Arts, shared the following announcement: “Tuesday, March ...
03/29/2021

Dr. Chrys Egan, Associate Dean of the Fulton School of Liberal Arts, shared the following announcement: “Tuesday, March 30- Friday, April 2 is the Fulton Internship Fair, where students have 26 opportunities for nearly 70 hours over 4 days to meet with Fulton Department Internship Directors, plus learn about Global Experiences, The Washington Center, and Internship Housing.”
For more information, please contact your instructor or the Psychology department’s Academic Program Specialist, Cyndi Funkhouser - [email protected].

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Come get a tasty Rita's Italian Ice to support a good cause! The Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society will be selling Italian ice for $2 a cup this Friday 10/25 11am - 2pm in the Link of Nations Hallway in the Commons.
and after the All Member meeting come to our Rita's fundraiser in Red Square!! We will be serving up Mango, Black Cherry, Vanilla, and Cotton Candy flavors just for you!
Congratulations to senior Carolyn Nekula who has been accepted into the Forensic and Legal Psychology Master's degree program at Marymount University!
CONGRATULATIONS to senior Gina Santoriello, who was awarded a 2019 Psi Chi EPA Regional Research Award! This award recognizes the excellence of her research study, “Women’s sexual perpetration experience predicting empathy with an unspecified or date ra**st" which she will present at the Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting this spring. This presentation is based on Gina's Honors Thesis research, which she conducted under the guidance of Dr. Osman.
Did you know that the APA interactive pop-up exhibit "I am Psyched!" is currently on display at SU from now through May 10? Guided tours of this exhibit, which commemorates the accomplishments and contributions of women of color to the field of psychology, are open to the public. Please see the abbreviated schedule of events and tour times below. WEDNESDAY, May 2, 2018 EVENT: Open to the public for Guided Tours as part of the SU Multicultural Festival Time: 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Pocomoke Room 234 DESCRIPTION: The I am Psyched exhibit will be open for guided tours during this time. An SU psychology student will be available to give tours. The tour has interactive components including films and other activities. EVENT: Alumni Panel Time: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Nanticoke Room 236 DESCRIPTION: Psychology alumni will come and discuss their experience as students of color at SU. Refreshments will be provided. THURSDAY, May 3, 2018 EVENT: Open to the public for Guided Tours Time: 1:00-4:00 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Pocomoke Room 234 DESCRIPTION: The I am Psyched exhibit will be open for guided tours during this time. An SU psychology student will be available to give tours. The tour has interactive components including films and other activities. EVENT: **President’s Address** Time: 1:00 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Nanticoke Room 236 DESCRIPTION: SU President, Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach, will give an address focusing on her experiences as women in a high-level leadership position. MONDAY, May 7, 2018 EVENT: I am Psyched: Open to the public for Guided Tours Time: 5:00-7:00 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Pocomoke Room 234 DESCRIPTION: The I am Psyched exhibit will be open for guided tours during this time. An SU psychology student will be available to give tours. The tour has interactive components including films and other activities. EVENT: Trivia Night Time: 6:00-8:00 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Nanticoke Room 236 DESCRIPTION: Students in Psi Chi will host a trivia night focusing on information in the exhibit as well as general questions about other areas of psychology. Pizza and snacks will be provided. *Sponsored by Psi Chi TUESDAY, May 8, 2018 EVENT: Research Lecture by Dr. Yuki Okubo Time: 3:30-5:00 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Nanticoke Room 236 DESCRIPTION: Dr. Yuki Okubo, Assistant Professor of Psychology, will give a talk entitled “What we can learn from racial critical incidents.” WEDNESDAY, May 9, 2018 EVENT: Community Panel Time: 5:30-6:30 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Nanticoke Room 236 DESCRIPTION: Members of the Salisbury community will speak about their experiences working with diverse populations. Panelist who are women of color will discuss their experience pursuing careers working with clinical populations. Refreshments will be provided. THURSDAY, May 10, 2018 EVENT: Open to the public for Guided Tours Time: 1:30-5:30 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Pocomoke Room 234 DESCRIPTION: The I am Psyched exhibit will be open for guided tours during this time. An SU psychology student will be available to give tours. The tour has interactive components including films and other activities. EVENT: I am Psyched: Closing Reception Time: 3:30-5:00 Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Wicomico Room 135 DESCRIPTION: A celebration of the I am Psyched National Tour at Salisbury University. The reception will feature displays of the student ideas (created by the student groups who attended the exhibit) as well pictures from events throughout the exhibit. Refreshments will be provided.
Interesting article about mental health issues in adolescents and children; includes several short video clips
Congratulations to Dr. Schlehofer, who was awarded a 2017 Local- and State-Level Policy Work grant from the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues for her project, “Gap Analysis of Resources for LGBTQIA People in a Quasi-Rural City.” Conducted with Dr. Diane Illig from Salisbury University's Sociology department, and Ms. Janice Murphy (a political scientist not affiliated with SU), the project will explore the experiences and perceptions of inclusion of le***an, gay, bisexual, transgender, q***r or questionning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA) people in the City of Salisbury. The project will also include a gap analysis to assess what programs, resources, and City policies are needed to best meet LGBTQIA citizens' needs and ensure equality. This grant is being conducted in collaboration with the City of Salisbury Mayor's office and Human Rights Advisory Committee. Way to go, Dr. S.!!
This article is about research Drs. Lance Garmon and Meredith Patterson have been conducting over the past few years.
For those of you who enjoy listening to podcasts, this episode is a very entertaining one about the Psychology of Food and GastroPhysics. Nice integration of several areas of psychology, including Cognitive, Social, and Developmental research. Influences on our perceptions of food include the weight of cutlery, music playing in restaurants, and your personal history of eating sweet desserts off of white plates.
Another picture of one of our recent graduates: Amy Wible with Drs. Garmon & Bemis