Psychology groups present RED Talks, November 17–19
The Psi Chi Honor Society (PSI CHI) and the Student Psychology Association (SPA) will host “RED Talks: Spreading Stories & Scholarship in Research, Education, and Diversity.”
RED Talks will be held at 7 p.m. on November 17–19 in 101 Stevenson Hall. The schedule of events is below.
Psi Chi Honor Society is open to psychology majors who meet specific grade criteria and other qualifications. The Student Psychology Association is open to all Illinois State students. Both organizations regularly meet together and plan activities relevant to students interested in psychology.
MONDAY, November 17
Kristin Leprich: “Bipolar Disorder’s Causes, Symptoms, Diagnostic Procedures, and Effects on Everyday Life (From Both Personal Experience and Researched Facts)”
Andrew Matthews: “The Thirst for Clean Water and a Clean Slate: Giving Back to Ethiopia”
TUESDAY, November 18
Artemis Steakley-Freeman: “Theatrical Science: Playback Theatre, and Bridging the Disciplinary Gap”
Will Daddario: “Being and Seeming: History, Fact, Truthiness”
WEDNESDAY, November 19
Leah Rolando: “Be Courageous With Your Story”
Chris Wellin: “The Relevance of Social Gerontology for Understanding the College Experience Today”
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