Black Excellence in Psychology Symposium
Join the School of Psychology online on March 25 for our Zoom webinar: Black Excellence in Psychology Symposium. Virtual seating is limited to first 1,000.
Registration is free but required: bit.ly/GT_BEP22
Ruth Winifred Howard (March 25, 1900 – February 12, 1997) was one of the first African-American women to earn a Ph.D. in psychology. Her research focused on children with special needs. Join us as we celebrate her birthday anniversary with five distinguished psychologists.
- Gina Poe, Ph.D. (UCLA)
How the Brain Actively Promotes Memory, Cognition and Mental Health Uniquely During Sleep
- Zenzi Griffin, Ph.D. (Univ. Texas)
Talking and Timing: What Eye Movements Tell Us About Speaking
- Lewis Wheaton, Ph.D. (Georgia Tech)
Gaze and Motor Rehabilitation: How Visual Perception May Support Motor Learning
- Vonetta Dotson, Ph.D. (Georgia State)
Vascular Contributions to Racial Disparities in Cognitive and Mood Disorders in Late Life
- Nse Ufot, J.D. (New Georgia Project)
Psychology and Civic Engagement: The New Georgia Project’s Quest to Change Hearts, Minds and Behavior