A Special Lecture on Motivation and Success in Graduate Supervision
Presented by Dr. Brent Snook
The School of Graduate Studies invites graduate supervisors to a special lecture on motivation and success in graduate supervision. The lecture will be delivered by Dr. Brent Snook, a professor in Memorial University's Department of Psychology and the 2016 recipient of the President's Award for Outstanding Graduate Supervision. Refreshments will be provided.
Friday, October 6, 2017, 10 a.m.
IIC 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation, St. John's Campus
AS 326, Arts & Science Building, Grenfell Campus
Master of Ceremonies: Dr. Aimée Surprenant, Dean of Graduate Studies
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 29, 2017.
About Dr. Snook
Dr. Brent Snook is a Professor in Psychology at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He holds a PhD in Psychology from The University of Liverpool, UK. His research involves an examination of the reliability and validity of investigative practices (e.g., interviewing). Currently, he is examining of how adults and youth understand their interrogation rights, and is testing of the effectiveness of various elements that comprise investigative interviews (e.g., note-taking, sketching). His applied work currently involves the implementation of the PEACE model of interviewing in Canada. He also serves as an expert witness on interviewing and memory contamination in court, and provides reports to lawyers regarding the integrity of evidence obtained from interviews.