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2014 WPUPC Psychology Conference


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The 42nd Annual Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate Psychology Conference will be held at Geneva College on Saturday, April 26, 2014.

 

2014 CALL FOR PAPERS AND SUBMISSION INFORMATION

Abstract and registration deadline is April 5, 2014.

If you are already registered and would like to pay online click here.

2014 Conference Details

All attendees (including faculty and attendees not presenting) must complete the above online conference registration by April 5. This will allow us to get an accurate count of attendees for proper accommodations. The conference fee is $15, which includes a conference program, light refreshments for breakfast and a full lunch. All fees can be paid online or on the morning of registration. If you choose to pay at the event, please bring either cash or check payable to Geneva College.

Conference Program
View Conference Program (.pdf)

 

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Greta Ann Herin

Associate Professor of Biology at Eastern Mennonite University

Dr. Greta Ann Herin is currently an associate professor in the biology department at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, VA.

As a Pre-Professional Health Sciences Advisor, Dr. Herin has dual bachelor's degrees in biochemistry and psychology from Kansas State University and a Ph.D. in Neurobiology from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Her dissertation was on interactions among modulators of NMDA receptors, an important glutamate receptor in the brain. In addition, Dr. Herin did a post-doctoral fellowship studying metabotropic glutamate receptors at the Max-Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt, Germany.

Dr. Herin has taught Mammalian Anatomy; Faith, Science and Ethics; Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II; Neuropsychology; Advanced Neurobiology; Mammalian Physiology; Molecules, Genes and Cells; Biological Explorations; and the senior seminar "Origins." She has also co-taught Concepts in Biology; the senior seminar “Form, Finitude and Faith;” and the colloquium “Passion and Obsession.”

 

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Diana Rice at drrice@geneva.edu or 724-847-6773.