Contact Andrea Yetzer, B.A.
M.A. Student, Psychological Science Program
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
We are looking for approximately 180 current college students who would like to participate in a brief online study. The purpose of this study is to collect college student opinions on select current social issues. Participation is completely voluntary and you may feel free to terminate your participation at any time for any reason. If you would like to participate, you will be completing some brief online questionnaires and tasks that should take approximately 15 minutes of your time. There is no monetary compensation for your participation; however, you may find engaging in research enjoyable and your assistance would help provide insight regarding social issues to the psychological field. If you would like to participate, please click the URL link below and you will be transferred to the online survey. Please feel free to share the survey link with other current college students. Thank you for your support!
Student Opinions on Current Social Issues
April 14 1-2 Shea Conference Room 17 years in prison and innocent.
Barry Gibbs was convicted in New York City of committing a murder he didn’t commit based on misconduct by a NYPD detective later convicted of arranging and committing several murders and cover-ups on behalf of an organized crime family. Gibbs served 17 years in prison before new evidence led to his release. Eppolito and another former NYPD detective have since been convicted of eight murders and several other charges based on evidence that they plotted and carried out murders on behalf of the Mafia.
Featured in PBS documentary, written about in NY TIMEs, Mother Noella Marcellino, O.S.B., Ph.D. will be giving a guest lecture to the Food in the Global Community Course and you are invited. She is a micro-biologist and cheese maker at the Regina Laudis Abbey (Benedictine) in Bethlehem, Connecticut. She has lectured extensively about her work and also has published extensively. Please email MFitzgerald@sjcny.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org. Get more information at NY Times http://www.nytimes.com/2003/12/21/nyregion/21CONN.html
Do not forget- 5 points on final exam for attending the SJC UG Conference on Saturday, 23rd. See syllabus for details.
Father Briscotti a tireless advocate for the cause of peace and justice in Central America and other parts of the world will be honored Tuesday, April 5, 1 p.m. in McGann Conference Center. Join us for lunch by RSVPing by tomorrow 5 pm, to Paul Ginnetty, Pginnetty@sjcny.edu. Father Briscotti is this year’s recipient of the 2016 Sister Elizabeth Hill Esse Non Videri Award.
Paper II- Validity
- Write your introduction and start on your method section. You can write Measures Section.
- Collect your data- Make sure your group mates are aware of procedure. Some students did not show up today.
- Consent form
- How are you going to conduct study- include demographics
- Create SPSS file for your data.
Paper IV-Romantic Relationships
- Write your introduction and start on your method section. You can write Measures Section
Paul Bloom, Ph.D. “There is Nothing Special about Religious Belief”
FRIDAY MARCH 11
BUS LEAVES DANZI Parking Lot at 2:30 pm Return: Leaves Brooklyn 7:30
Sheldon Solomon, Ph.D.
“The Worm at the Core: On the Role of Death in Life”
SATURDAY MARCH 12
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Sign up RM 106B O’Connor Hall with Susan Belonzi or see me.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25- 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. — McGann
The Criminal Justice, Psychology and Social Science Departments have invited graduate schools in psychology, criminal justice, social work, and sociology, as well as law schools for a meet and greet with students interested in pursuing graduate education.