Hi SNC Students, Faculty, and Staff,
It’s been an event filled last few weeks for SNC Psychology!
On Wednesday, April 12 we were honored to host a lecture on how to combat and overcome anxiety and worry, given by Dr. Barry C. Barmann of the Center for Anxiety & Chronic Worry located here in Incline Village. Thank you to everyone who joined us and of course thank
you to Dr. Barmann for sharing his vast knowledge of expertise in his field with us.
On Monday, April 17 SNC Psychology hosted our 7th Annual Psychology Research Fair! It was a great time and a wonderful opportunity for our Psychology Seniors and Alumni to finally share their research they have been working so hard on for the last two semesters. Thank you to everyone who attended, helped in the planning of the event, and of course our research extraordinaries for all the hard work you have put into your projects over the past two semesters.
Our students also had the opportunity to present their research at the Nevada Undergraduate Research Symposium at UNR this last Friday, April 20. Through a poster symposium, SNC Psychology students shared their findings alongside other Nevada undergraduates, covering a tremendous variety of subjects from nuclear physics, to climate change, and of course, psychology! Sybile Moser had the distinct privilege of giving an oral presentation of her findings on the effect of gender bias on hireability.
The final stop along the SNC Psychology presentation locomotive will be the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference at UCLA on May 5! Best of luck to our seniors and congratulations on all your hard work!
Have a great last few weeks of your Spring Semester, SNC!