SAVE THE DATE: 12th Annual Psychology Research Day
Friday, May 7th, 2021
10:15am – 2:30pm
This year, we are honored to be virtually hosting two student panels along with a number of live individual student presentations that bring together research from graduate students across ten training areas in psychology at the Graduate Center. In them, we will tackle the feat of research during COVID-19, giving students an opportunity to showcase their wins and reflect on our collective losses. Our panels will explore the delicate nature and urgent research transnationally, reflecting on critical research with refugees/immigrants/activists/therapists globally, including in Germany, El Salvador, India, and Lebanon. A detailed conference program can be found below.
It’s not too late to submit your research! You can do so using this form.
We look forward to seeing you for a few hours of thought-provoking, rejuvenating dialogue around the nature, theory, ethics, and practice of research in a post-pandemic world.
Your student organizers,
Tashiya Hunter & Nawal Muradwij
Please register here!
Detailed Conference Program
|10:15am||Opening Remarks||Dr. Rich Bodnar|
|10:30am||Panel: Transnational Inquiries||see details here|
|11:30am||Panel: Decolonial Feminist Embodied Research: Psychopolitical approaches to the study of bodies, nation-states, and state violence||see details here|
|12:30pm||Student Presentations||see details here|
Please see all student research submissions here.