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Fall 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.

» View instructions and earn a workshop credit

Carrie Mae Weems: The Usual Suspects

This exhibition, opened August 30th to October 30th, includes recent photographic and video works questioning stereotypes that associate Black bodies with criminality. Attending this exhibit will count as an event for PSY9x advising course; the reflection component must be uploaded to Canvas before the end of the course.

» View instructions and earn a workshop credit

September

Sept 7, 12pm, REMOTE: Alumnus with a Purpose: A Life-long Mission to Advance Health Equity. Come listen to Tosan Boyo ’07, the Senior Vice President of Hospital Operations at John Muir Health, talk about his mission to advance health equity. (Meeting ID: 923 0061 6367, Passcode: 856480).

Sept 14, 1-3pm, ED 212: Introduction to Networking (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) – Students will be able to interact with employers, get advice from staff, and potentially be entered for a chance to win a TCNJ-branded padfolio. Visit the Career Center’s Event page or Handshake for more information.

Sept 14, 2pm, ED 115: College 101: Superpowers to Success (Center for Student Success) Click here to register.

Sept 14, 3-3:30pm, REMOTE: Study Abroad 101: Group Advising Session. Study Abroad 101 is a bi-weekly information session for the Center for Global Engagement. In a quick half-hour session, students will get the basics of the study abroad process. This event can only be attended once. To register, please follow this link.

Sept 14, 5-6pm, AIMM 102: Panel Discussion: Carrie Mae Weems: The Usual Suspects. Join TCNJ Art Gallery for a discussion with three panelists reflecting on the ideas and issues raised by The Usual Suspects exhibition. The panel will be moderated by Dr. Michael B. Mitchell.

Sept 20, 12:30pm, REMOTE: Modeling Visuo-Spatial Responses in the Dorsal Stream: Linking Neural and Behavioral Measurements. Population Receptive Field (pRF) modeling is an established method for quantifying how neural populations sample visual information in space. The dorsal stream is crucial for spatial processing and attention, however, its pRFs across development have yet to be explored. The current experiment collects behavioral measures from a video game to validate its use for measuring spatial processing across the visual field and for its later use in fMRI to map the modulation of dorsal stream pRFs by spatial attention across development. Come learn more on Zoom.

Sept 21, 3-3:30pm, REMOTE: Study Abroad 101: Group Advising Session. Study Abroad 101 is a bi-weekly information session for the Center for Global Engagement. In a quick half-hour session, students will get the basics of the study abroad process. This event can only be attended once. To register, please follow this link.

Sept 27, 12:30-1:30pm, REMOTE: Writing the Grad School Essay: Dr. Feiring will discuss tips for writing essays for Master’s, PhD, and PsyD graduate school applications. Zoom link.

Sept 28, 10am-12:30pm, BSC 100: Industry Networking Event – Social Impact, Government, Human Services (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) register via Handshake

Sept 28, 1:30-4pm, BSC 100: Industry Networking Event – Engineering/Technology, Healthcare, and Life Sciences (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) register via Handshake

Sept 28, 2pm, ED 115: How to Balance Academic and Social Life as a College Student: Managing Your Time (Center for Student Success) Click here to register.

Sept 28, 3-3:30pm, REMOTE: Study Abroad 101: Group Advising Session. Study Abroad 101 is a bi-weekly information session for the Center for Global Engagement. In a quick half-hour session, students will get the basics of the study abroad process. This event can only be attended once. To register, please follow this link.

Sept 30, 11am-2pm, BSC 100: Industry Networking Event – Creative, Accounting, Business and Media (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) register via Handshake.

Sept 30, 12:30-1:30pm, REMOTE: HSS Majors and Careers Orientation – Learn about resources and services offered by the Career Center, and discuss how an HSS degree translates into real world careers. register via Handshake

 

October

Oct 3-7: Fall Leadership Conference (Office of Leadership) – The Fall Leadership Conference is a week-long series of workshops that follow targeted “tracks” to help students develop leadership skills across different areas. Any ~1 hour session can count as one event. Registration in advance is required. See the Office of Leadership’s webpage for more details.

Oct 5, 9:00am, SSB 130: Neuroscience Club.

Oct 5, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club. Come join and learn about the psychology of lying.

Oct 5, 3-3:30pm, REMOTE: Study Abroad 101: Group Advising Session. Study Abroad 101 is a bi-weekly information session for the Center for Global Engagement. In a quick half-hour session, students will get the basics of the study abroad process. This event can only be attended once. To register, please follow this link.

Oct 6, 2-4pm, REMOTE: ONLINE Graduate and Professional School Fair (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) – Employers, Internship supervisors, and graduate school admissions staff will be in attendance to discuss available opportunities.View who is attending and register via Handshake

Oct 12, 2pm, ED 115: Asking for Help: Utilizing Campus Resources (Center for Student Success) Click here to register.

Oct 12, 3-3:30pm, REMOTE: Study Abroad 101: Group Advising Session. Study Abroad 101 is a bi-weekly information session for the Center for Global Engagement. In a quick half-hour session, students will get the basics of the study abroad process. This event can only be attended once. To register, please follow this link.

Oct 12, 6:30-7:45pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series – Life and Health Sciences (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) Visit the Career Center’s Event page or Handshake for more information.

Oct 14, 12:30-1:30pm, REMOTE: Social Justice Internships and Careers Workshop – Learn about the HSS Social Justice minor, how to find social justice internships, and careers related to social justice. register via Handshake

Oct 18, 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.

Oct 18, 12:30-1:30pm, SSB 103 & REMOTE: Romantic Relationships and COVID-19: Dr. Feiring will present romantic relationship research and stories about romantic conflict and relationship changes related to COVID-19. Zoom Link.

Oct 19, 9:00am, SSB 130: Neuroscience Club.

Oct 19, 1:30pm, Forcina 226 & REMOTE: Fall Prelaw Information Session. The information session reviews the steps prelaw students should take for successful admission to law school. Followed by a Q&A.

Oct 19, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club. Come join us while we go over registration.

Oct 19, 3-3:30pm, REMOTE: Study Abroad 101: Group Advising Session. Study Abroad 101 is a bi-weekly information session for the Center for Global Engagement. In a quick half-hour session, students will get the basics of the study abroad process. This event can only be attended once. To register, please follow this link.

 

November

Nov 2, 9:00am, SSB 130: Neuroscience Club.

Nov 2, 11am, SSB 105: Presentation on animal-assisted interventions with Dr. Kirnan. Dr. Kirnan will present on her research and service with Cali, her golden retriever.

Nov 2, 9:00am, SSB 103: Psychology Club.

Nov 9, 6:30-7:45pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series – Engineering and Technology (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) Visit the Career Center’s Event page or Handshake for more information.

Nov 16, 9:00am, SSB 130: Neuroscience Club.

Nov 16, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club. 

Nov 16 (additional details forthcoming): Dining Out in Professional Style (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) Note that registration for this event typically fills quickly. Visit the Career Center’s Event page or Handshake for more information.

Nov 30, 2pm, ED 115: Push Past Procrastination & Take Action for Your Upcoming Exams  (Center for Student Success) Click here to register.

Nov 30, 2:00pm, SSB 103: Psychology Club. Come join us for our finals de-stress meeting!

December

December 7, 9:00am, SSB 130: Neuroscience Club.

Dec 7, 6:30-7:45pm, REMOTE: Career Exploration Series – Management, Operations, HR, and Finance (TCNJ Office of Career and Leadership Development) Visit the Career Center’s Event page or Handshake for more information.

 

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