The shedule for fall colloquium presentations can be found here. All talks will be held on Tuesdays at 12 pm in SN2101. The first talk will be on September 17 by Dr. Stephen Ellenbogen, School of Social Work, entitled, "Exploring a shame-rage explanation for anger and aggression problems in physically abused adolescents receiving child protective services".
The colloquium is a mandatory class (Psychology 6010) for all first and second year psychology graduate students. All students, post-docs, and faculty are welcome and encouraged to attend.
The department has graciously agreed to provide coffee and we have decided to ask each lab to be in charge of snacks for each week. The Cognitive Aging and Memory Lab will be providing them on the 17th. Please discuss it amongst yourselves and let me know when your lab would like to contribute.