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Spring 2022

The calendar is constantly updated. Please check regularly! All events on the calendar count for PSY98 and 99 credit; please follow the instructions in Canvas to document your attendance and involvement in the events/workshops that you choose to attend.

Microaggression Virtual Workshop

This workshop can be completed remotely on your own at any time and counts as an event for PSY9x advising courses; the reflection component must be uploaded to Canvas before the end of the course.

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February

February 2nd, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club First Meeting. Come mingle at the first Psychology Club Meeting and get to know some of your peers.

February 2nd, 3:00pm, REMOTE: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) first meeting. Learn more about careers in HR that fit well with the training and experiences of Psychology students. Zoom link.

February 4th, 12:30pm, REMOTE: The Data Will Not Save Us: Afropessimism and Racial Antimatter in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please virtually welcome Dr. Anthony Hatch to The College of New Jersey to learn more about Afropessimism and Racial Antimatter. Dr. Hatch is the 2021-22 Robin M. Williams Distinguished Lecturer as chosen by the Eastern Sociological Society (ESS). Zoom Link.

February 9th, 11:00am: Neuroscience Club Meeting.

February 9th, 2:00pm, ED 113 or REMOTE: Tips for a Successful Semester. This CSS workshop will give you tips so you can have a strong start to the semester. Please register here to attend and receive the Zoom link.

February 11th, 1:00-2:00pm, REMOTE: Free Speech and Inclusion on Campus. Free speech has again become the focus of political and cultural forces impacting colleges and universities. Free inquiry is central to higher education’s mission, and it, therefore, must ensure that a broad range of views and approaches are discussed openly. But, should all speech be protected in the name of free inquiry? Recent speech controversies expose the difficulty of protecting diverse views and diverse communities in this polarized time. This talk will offer inclusive freedom as a framework for preparing for a controversial speech and addressing controversies when they occur. Zoom link.

February 15th, 11:00am, REMOTE: What Career Choices Fit Me Best? Dr. Feiring will discuss strategies, ideas, and resources to help you figure out career paths that fit your goals and skill set.

February 15th, 12:30pm, REMOTE: AAS Teach-In: Hosted by Dr. Piper Williams. Join professors Dr. Adair, Dr. Francis, Dr. Burkey, and Professor Mitchell. Zoom link.

February 16th, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club Meeting.

February 16th, 6:30-7:30pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series with Alumni Career Ambassadors. Come learn more about career exploration in Healthcare and Human Services.

February 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm, REMOTE: Citizen Contradiction: Black History and the State. Come hear AAS Black History Month Lecture, William C Anderson, the author of Nation on No Map speaks on the topics surrounding Black History. Zoom link. 

March

March 1st, 12:30pm, REMOTE: Studying the Minds of Babies. Dr. Stahl will talk about her Cognitive Development Lab (the “Baby Lab”) and how she studies what infants know about the world, even though they can’t yet talk to tell us. Zoom Link (ID: 918 9812 4546 Passcode: 235197).

March 1st, 12:30pm-1:30pm, REMOTE: Master of Human Resource Management at Rutgers. Come by the Virtual Open House for a Master of Human Resource Management at Rutgers University. Zoom link.

March 1st, 4:00pm, REMOTE: Fullbright Group Presentation Session. Please join us for an interactive Group Presentation Session (GPS) to learn about opportunities for U.S. citizens to pursue graduate or professional study, conduct research, or teach English. During the session, you will find out about the types of Fulbright awards, application components, tips, and get your questions answered. Please email fellowships@tcnj.edu in order to receive the link to register for the event.

March 2nd, 2:00pm, ED 113 or REMOTE: How to: College Organization. This CSS workshop will give you tips and tools to stay organized throughout college. Please register here to attend and receive the Zoom link.

March 2nd, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club Meeting. Come join your peers in a friendly game of Psych Jeopardy.

March 2nd, 6:30-7:30pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series with Alumni Career Ambassadors. Come learn more about career exploration in Education.

March 3rd, 6:00pm, Kendall Main Stage Theater: In honor of Black History Month and Women’s History Month, TCNJ will be hosting a Moderated Discussion with Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist & Author of The 1619 Project Nikole Hannah-Jones. Tickets are required to attend the event, and these no-cost tickets can be obtained by following this link to TCNJ’s Center for the Arts’ Box Office website or by visiting http://tcnj.edu/boxoffice.

March 8th, 12:30pm, REMOTE: The Politics Forum will host LaFleur Stephens-Dougan, Ph.D., Princeton University, who will present “White Americans’ Reactions to Racial Disparities in COVID-19.”  Zoom link.

March 9th, 10:00am, REMOTE: Roebling Award Info Session. Any HSS students seeking financial support to study abroad in late Summer or the Fall 2022 semester should consider applying for a Roebling Award. You can learn about the award here:https://hss.tcnj.edu/experiential-learning/study-abroad/roebling/The deadline for applications is April 1st. Zoom link.

March 9th, 11:00am: Neuroscience Club Meeting.

March 9th, 12:00-1:00pm, REMOTE: How to Align Your Passions with Your Career: A panel Q&A with TCNJ School of Humanities and Social Sciences Alumni. Join us for an inspiring conversation on incorporating your passion into your career. This panel of diverse alumni has done just that and is eager to share their advice and resources. Each panelist will share their story of how they landed in their current career, important decisions to consider, and how they have managed to integrate their passions into what they do every day. Zoom link.

March 22nd, 11:00am, REMOTE: Emerging Adult College Student LGB+ Romantic Relationships. Dr. Feiring will discuss what her romantic relationships research lab (RRRLab) is learning from TCNJ LGB+ students’ narratives about their relationships.

March 23rd, 6:30-7:30pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series with Alumni Career Ambassadors. Come learn more about career exploration in Business.

March 25th, 12:30-1:30pm, Library Auditorium: What is Enough Money to Live On? Examining Americans’ Estimates of a Living Wage with Dr. Jun Won Park. Despite millions of Americans struggling to make ends meet, economic redistribution has been largely insufficient. Learn more about Dr. Jun Won Park’s research that examines the relationship between people’s socioeconomic status (SES), beliefs about economic conditions (e.g., a living wage), and support for redistribution to understand how economic inequality is maintained.

March 30th, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club Meeting. This meeting will discuss registration, come explore your different opportunities.

April

April 6th, 2:00pm, ED 113 or REMOTE: Conquering Procrastination: Tools for Implementing Structure and Advocating for Yourself. This CSS workshop will teach you tools to help keep yourself motivated, especially when you tend to procrastinate. Please register here to attend and receive the Zoom link.

April 6th, 6:30-7:30pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series with Alumni Career Ambassadors. Come learn more about career exploration in Social Impact and Government.

April 7th, 5:00pm, ED 212: The Annual Gloria Dickinson Lecture and Q & A hosted by AAS. Come listen to LaSaia Wade speak about “The Unmasking.” LaSaia Wade is an open Afro-Puerto Rican indigenous Trans Woman, founder of TNTJ Tennessee Trans Journey Project, and member of Chicago Trans Gender Nonconforming Collective and the Trans Liberation Collective, and Director of Brave Space Alliance.

April 13th, 11:00am: Neuroscience Club Meeting.

April 13th, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club Meeting.

April 13th, 6:30-8:30pm, REMOTE: Mental Health in the Black Community: Recognition, Recovery, & Resilience. Join us in celebrating the 77th Anniversary of the Law Against Discrimination. This event features a special guest, Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway. Attendees will gain an understanding of what discrimination and systemic inequities can look like, how they can impact mental health in the Black community, and strategies to address these impacts. To register bit.ly/77thNJLAD.

April 18th, 4:30-6:30pm, Rec and Wellness Suite: Healing People, Heal People hosted by AmIOK. During this event, TCNJ students will use art therapy techniques to help create a safe-space for healing, and learn supportive skills for survivors of a crime or traumatic event.

April 19th. 5:00pm, Kendall Hall Main Stage: Memorial Lecture with Richard Rothstein. Please join us for a lecture with Richard Rothstein on his both, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. 

April 20th, 6:30-7:30pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series with Alumni Career Ambassadors. Come learn more about career exploration in Creative and Communications.

April 20th, 6:30-8:00pm, REMOTE: Embracing Diversity: Women’s Rights in the 21st Century Virtual Program.The program will be a discussion of women’s rights in the 21st century, focusing on how the NJ Law Against Discrimination and NJ Family Leave Act protect women at work, and some of the most common barriers to success that women can face in today’s workplace. To register: bit.ly/WomenEmploymentRights.

April 22nd, 12:30pm, REMOTE: Thinking about the Self: Implications for Motivation, Relationships, and Well-Being with Dr. Lora Park. Come hear more about Dr. Lora Park’s research that focuses on two core themes arising
from the ability to self-reflect. Zoom link. 

April 27th, 10:30am, in-person or REMOTE: “Eating disorders in Asian women.” Come learn more from your peer, Sajel Jani, about her independent research surrounding the topic of eating disorders in Asian women. Zoom Link. 

April 27th, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club Meeting.

May

May 4th, 11:00am: Neuroscience Club Meeting.

May 4th, 1:00pm, Business Building Lounge: Business Leaders Talk: Mike Lamm. Come learn more about TCNJ I/O alumnus Mike Lamm, the form Global Director of People at Squarespace and the newly VP and Head of People at monday.com.

May 4th, 6:30-7:30pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series with Alumni Career Ambassadors. Come learn more about career exploration in Entrepreneurship.

 

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