Members of Psychology Department participate in conference

05/08/15 wth/cu
Several Fort Hays State University faculty members in the Department of Psychology and graduate and undergraduate students presented their scholarly work to a conference of peers at the recent annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association in Wichita.

Faculty members who presented their work were Dr. Jenn Bonds-Raacke, chair of the Department of Psychology; Dr. Trey Hill, assistant professor; Dr. April Park, assistant professor; Dr. Janett Naylor-Tincknell, associate professor; Dr. Carol Patrick, professor; Gina Smith, instructor; and Ken Windholz, an advisor in the Student Engagement and Advising Center.

Graduate students Adam Armijo, Garden City, LaNaya Anderson, Hays, and Kevin Kenney, Manhattan, presented work. Armijo earned second place in the graduate student research competition.

Several psychology undergraduates also presented scholarly work, including a freshman group, the Psych Investigators learning community.

This was an "incredible achievement for freshman-level students," said Hill.

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