Long Island Undergraduate Research Conference
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The Long Island Undergraduate Psychology (LIPC) conference is a student-centered research conference in which undergraduate students from colleges on Long Island, NY (Nassau and Suffolk Counties) are invited to present their research. In addition to the undergraduate research presentations, the conference offers invited addresses from local faculty doing research of interest to undergraduates. The purpose of the conference is to bring local undergraduate psychology students together with local faculty to promote the dissemination of responsible scholarship, opportunities for networking, opportunities for professional/career development, sharing of information about graduate education, and the development of research/presentation skills.
Location: Farmingdale State College, Student Campus Center
Date: Saturday, May 2nd, 2015
Time: Registration/Breakfast: 9:00am - 9:30am
Conference Opening: 9:00 am
Closing Remarks: 2:00pm
Cost: $10 before April 28, $15 at the door,
Includes light breakfast and lunch
Dimitris Xygalatas: "The Psychology of Extreme Rituals"
Shane Owens: "Suicide Prevention: Current Practices and Their Limits"
Deadline for student poster session submission: April 13, 2015
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Deadline for Conference Registration: April 28, 2015
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LIPC cannot accept proposals from international or high school students.
This conference was funded in part by a grant from Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology.
The 2015 Long Island Psychology Conference is cooperatively sponsored by the Psychology Departments at Adelphi University, Dowling College, Hofstra University, Long Island University-Post Campus, Molloy College, Nassau Community College, NYIT, St. John’s University, St. Joseph’s College, Farmingdale State College SUNY, SUNY Old Westbury, SUNY Stony Brook, and Touro College.
Suicide Prevention: The Successes and Limits of Current Practice