July 8, 2022 — Last month in the courtyard of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum, the clinical program – students, faculty, and community partners alike – gathered in a spirit of celebration and appreciation. After years of COVID-related social-distancing, everyone appreciated the chance to chat and mingle without a computer screen between them.
May 23, 2022 — If you enter the EMU this Thursday, you will get the chance to witness twenty-three of our intrepid undergraduates presenting their research. Psychology undergraduates will be responsible for eleven oral presentations and thirteen poster presentations. If you’re scratching your head at the math not holding up, it’s because one ambitious scholar is presenting both a poster and an oral presentation. Similar to most conferences, there will be many talks you can choose to attend.
April 21, 2022 — We are excited to have Dr. Lauren Mims present her talk “We are the Dreamkeepers: Applying the BlackCreate Framework to Support Brilliant Black Girls” for the 2022 Leona Tyler Memorial Lecture. This talk will take place on Friday, May 20th from 3:30-5:00 PM.
April 14, 2022 — Our registration form is now open! Please fill it out completely by May 27th to secure a place at the event. Tickets are not required. More information is available at our website: https://psychology.uoregon.edu/undergraduates/psychology-commencement.
April 12, 2022 — We are pleased to host Dr. Elizabeth Phelps of Harvard University for our 33rd annual Fred Attneave Memorial Lecture, “Mechanisms of Threat Control:Translational Challenges”! The lecture is on Friday, May 13th at 3:30pm in Straub 145. Please join us!
October 27, 2020 — On June 7, Bob Knight will be giving a talk in honor of Helen Neville, who passed away last October. Both Neville and Knight were true pioneers in the field of electrical neuroimaging to advance cognitive neuroscience and it’s no surprise that they were close colleagues in the early days of the field.