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OCT 7, 2014: 12:00 PM
Join us Tuesday, October 7th at 12PM in the Sylvia Scribner Conference Room (6304.01) for the Human Development Research Festival. Read more
OCT 24, 2014: 9:00 AM
The 5th All-Psychology Teaching of Psychology Conference to be held Friday, October 24th at the Graduate Center! The conference theme is Collaboration in Teaching and Learning. Read more
APR 24, 2015: 9:45 AM
Its time to see all the amazing and diverse work being done by our students. This year we have a Datablitz and two poster sessions! Registration is free and lunch will be provided to all those who register. At the end of the day, we will give out prizes to top presenters as judged by our faculty! Read more
AUG 26, 2015: 10:30 AM
For this workshop, we will unpack the learning potential of classroom participation. We will explore different student-centered techniques of classroom participation, and consider new ways to utilize classroom resources, media, and even ourselves as tools for learning through mindfully engaged play. Read more
SEP 29, 2015: 2:00 PM
During this workshop and discussion, pick up some tips and tricks about studying to pass on to your students to help them get the most out of their course material, their grades, and their futures. Read more
OCT 30, 2015: 9:00 AM
Pedagogy Day is an annual conference about the teaching of psychology. The one-day conference aims to provide doctoral students with current knowledge, skills, and resources to teach effectively. In its 6th consecutive year, the theme of the conference will be student activism and engagement. Read more