Events

Spring 2019

Real Talk: Diverse Perspectives in Graduate School

Friday, April 12, 2019
3 to 5 p.m.
Psychology, 306
Real Talk: Diverse Perspectives in Graduate School
  • Blaine Harper, Doctoral Student, Cognition & Neural Systems PhD Program 
  • Amanda Perez, Graduate Student, Masters in Counseling
  • Saren Seeley, Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology PhD Program  
  • Veronica Suarez, Graduate Student, Masters in Social Work Program 
For this special event, we are teaming up with Psi Chi to bring together graduate student speakers from four different disciplines related to psychology to discuss their experiences in graduate school, the challenges they may have faced, and how they recommend promoting diversity, inclusivity, and equity for graduate students. 

We hope to promote awareness, encourage discussions, and inform policies that may improve the experiences of graduate students. We also hope to empower future graduate students. 

Fall 2018

Intersectionality: The Nuances of Diversity: Who We Are, What We’ve Overcome, and How We Recommend Promoting Inclusivity" panel event

Friday, November 2, 2018

Speakers: (Left) Jessica Andrews-Hanna (Assistant Professor), (Below) Elizabeth Sandoval (Senior Academic Advisor), Catherine Shisslak (Professor), and John Ruiz (Associate Professor).