15th Annual Tri-State
Saturday, November 5, 2005
|Coe College is excited to be hosting the 15th Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Conference. The Coe Psychology Club, Psi Chi Chapter, and Psychology Department hope you will join us in celebrating psychology research at the many fine undergraduate institutions in the Tri-State Area. We also want to thank the founding colleges, Augustana College, Loras College, Rockford College, and University of Wisconsin-Platteville for granting us the privilege of being the first college besides the founders to host this event.|
or call Mike Baker at 319-399-8709
|We invite the submission of abstracts for presentation
during the afternoon poster sessions. Undergraduate students may submit
posters in either of the following categories:
Each submission must be sponsored by the supervising faculty member or the organization's faculty advisor.
"Brain basis of
11:00 am, Cherry
|Please submit abstracts for research and
best practices posters by filling out the
submission form and emailing it as
an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty
sponsors should send verifying email to the same address. Sponsor
verification is to ensure us that data (where relevant) have been collected
and that students understand their obligation to attend the conference and
present a poster of adequate quality.
Poster size limitations will be provided to you in a timely fashion.
|Registration is $5.00 for each student
participant including presenters. Please fill out a
registration form and
email to email@example.com before October
27, 2005. Student participants may register on-site the morning of the
conference, but pre-registration makes it easier for us to plan for the
The registration fee is waived for faculty accompanying student participants.
Representatives from graduate programs from Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin will be available to talk with interested students. All students who are considering graduate school are urged to attend the conference.
|Preceding the keynote address there will be two fifty-minute sessions featuring panels of speakers discussing "Graduate School Admissions Strategies" and "Careers for Psychology Majors"|