Kirk Luther, a PhD candidate in Memorial’s Department of Psychology, has won the first ever Eastern Regional Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
The event was held in Nova Scotia on April 24th with eight of eastern Canada’s greatest minds facing off to present the complexities of their research in an engaging and accessible way before a live audience – all in under three minutes.
On April 2 the Psychology department held its 5th Annual Psychology Research Day. The event showcased the research conducted by master’s and honours students in the department.
“Our students have worked hard on their research, and we are very proud of them,” said Dr. Gerald Martin. “Some of the projects have been, or will be presented at other conferences around the country, and we expect that many will be submitted for publication in referred journals.”
The Psychology Department is seeking nominations from students for the following three awards listed below. If you would like to be considered for these awards and are either a Psychology or Behavioural Neuroscience student, please e-mail Dr. Christina Thorpe
(email@example.com) a one-page statement of why you are a good candidate for the award as well as a copy of your cv. The deadline for nominations is Monday, September 22.
The Psychology Colloquium Series for Fall 2014 has been announced. The talks take place on Tuesdays from 12:00-12:50 in SN2101.
The Colloquium series has a full list of speakers for Fall, and will begin on September 16th with David Speed as our first speaker. Please see the full schedule.