ANE Faculty at the 2007 APA Conference

Lorraine Mangione co-chaired a panel on Future Directions in Internship Training in Professional Psychology. The panel was sponsored by the Board of Educational Affairs of APA. She also presented a paper titled, Loss, Death, and Transformative Relationships in Bruce Springsteen’s Work.

Roger Peterson gave a presentation as part of the panel on Rethinking Assumptions in Internship Training. The panel was sponsored by the Board of Educational Affairs of APA.

Gargi Roysircar presented: (a) Workshop: International collaborations and community interventions; (b) Symposium Paper: Evidence-based practice—Practice, research, and social justice considerations (c)Poster with student, Emily Pimpinella, Asian Indian Students’ Career Aspirations: Generational Status and Self-reports and Parental Reports on Acculturation; 4. Poster with student, Nicole Spanakis, Latinas in leadership positions in psychology: Their obstacles and successes.

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