Psychology Assistant Professor Marissa Mendoza charged her students with taking classic psychological studies and applying them to contemporary trends. They will present their findings to the campus on Thursday.
Students in Psychology 439 at Penn State Beaver were charged with taking classic psychological studies and applying them to contemporary trends. They'll present their findings to the campus on March 23 in SUB 16.
Nearly 40 students presented at the 2016 Undergraduate Exhibition, which featured projects on research, creative activities, and engaged scholarship.
Angela Fishman poses with the team of Amy Arnold, Lauren Doyle, Madison Becker and Adam Espinoza, who won second place in engaged scholarship for their project, "Penn State Beaver Alternative Gardening.
Lauren Doyle, Adam Espinoza and Madison Becker explain the project they did with Amy Arnold (not shown) with a student at the 2016 Undergraduate Exposition. The group's project, Penn State Beaver Alternative Gardening, won second place in the engaged scholarship category.