It's Conference Season!
Read about the conference lab adventures below...
Ayla presented her first-year project, “Emerging Adults’ Financial Stress and Mental and Physical Health: Meaning in Life as a Moderator,” at the Kentucky Psychological Science Conference (KPSC) hosted by the Kentucky Psychological Association (KPA) and Foundation (KPF).
Callie and Hailey presented their project, “Then and Now: A Reranking of Occupational Categories and Their Relationship with Life Satisfaction” at the Kentucky Psychological Science Conference (KPSC) hosted by the Kentucky Psychological Association (KPA) and Foundation (KPF) as well as the Graduate Student Regional Research Conference at the University of Louisville.
Millicent was on a panel at the 2022 Association for Women in Psychology Conference in Chicago, Illinois to discuss the future of feminist psychology in academia and clinical areas. She shared a stage with other doctoral-level psychology students who defined ways that we can make a more equitable and suitable therapeutic experience for psychologists and their clients.