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Posted: Tuesday May 1, 2012

May 1, 2012

Seventeen Saint Vincent College students attended the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in Pittsburgh May 1 to 3 at the Westin Convention Center.

Seniors presented their research findings through poster presentations, giving these students an opportunity to exercise their public speaking skills and network as well as view the presentations of others. In addition, students attended various lectures and seminars presented by psychologists and researchers from across the nation.

Dr. Mark Rivardo was presented with the Psi Chi Regional Faculty Advisor Award.

Brittani Taylor, Anna Rutledge, Alexis Rodgers, Kelly Brown, Julie Pomerleau, Marie Fuga and Kaitlyn Romell presented their thesis research at the EPA Conference.

Brittani Taylor, Anna Rutledge, Alexis Rodgers, Kelly Brown, Julie Pomerleau and Marie Fuga also presented at the 9th Annual Saint Vincent College Academic Conference.


Photo: Front row, from left, Brittani Taylor, Ashley Kline, Natalie Larson, Meaghan Cutrell, Brooke Stayer, Anna Rutledge, Alexis Rodgers, Kelly Brown and Amanda Brant; Back Row, from left, Julie Pomerleau, Emily Polier, Dr. Mark Rivardo, Dr. Chris Oldenburg, Alex Brydon, Marie Fuga, Sara Maurer, Dr. Larry Montemurro and Dr. Kristine Slank. Missing from photo are Cortney Chelecki, Kaitlyn Romell, Ashlee Stevens and Mr. Devin Fava. 


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