PsyD Professor Emerita & Students Presenting and Attending Events in August

Department of Clinical Psychology Professor Emerita, Gargi Roysircar, EdD, and students will be presenting and/or attending several events during the month of August.

Friday, August 9th, 9:00-9:50 am. Gargi Roysircar presents in Susan Morrow Symposium on Social Justice, Collision of social justice concerns with scientific research concerns.

Friday, August 9th, 4:00-6:00 p.m. APA/American Psychological Foundation Awards Ceremony. Gargi Roysircar receives International Humanitarian Award.

Saturday, August 10, 8:00-8:50 a.m. Gargi Roysircar and Ashland Thompson, anticipated PsyD ’19 (Antioch). Conversation hour: Experience learned and lessons learned in international work-divisional and individual efforts.

Saturday, August 10, 1:00-1:50 pm. Gargi Roysircar gives Invited Address at 2019 International Humanitarian Award: Globalization’s impact on the psychologist’s self-definition, purpose, role, and function. Chair: Allyssa Lanza, PsyD’ 15.

Saturday, August 10, 4:00-5:50 pm. Div 35, Psychology of Women Awards Ceremony. Gargi Roysircar recognized with Fellow status. Gargi Roysircar and Ashland Thompson receive Psychotherapy with Women Research award for their paper: Trauma coping of mothers and children among the poor in Haiti. Mixed method’s study of a community-level research (in press, American Psychologist).

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