posted May 4, 2011

Psychology Students and Faculty Participate in Conference

Several Hope College psychology students or recent graduates and faculty involved in research are making presentations during the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, taking place in Chicago, Ill., on Thursday-Saturday, May 5-7.

The students and recent graduates are:  senior Stephen Agauas of Bloomfield, Hills; junior Ashli Brennan of Northville; junior Jacqueline Canonaco of Arlington Heights, Ill.; senior Trevor Coeling of Hudsonville; junior Ashley Drew of Spring Lake; senior Sarah Eklov of Farmington Hills; senior Ashley Garza of Holland; junior Lindsay Johnsen of Shelby; senior Abbey Johnston of Holland; senior Hannah Karaptian of Kalamazoo; senior Chelsea Lynch of Westwood, N.J.; junior Elizabeth Miller of Lake Saint Louis, Mo.; senior Paola Munoz of Holland; senior Karly Murphy of Muskegon; junior Loan Nguyen of Grand Rapids; junior Kelsey-Jo Ritter of Owosso; senior Corinne Schild of Macedon, N.Y.; junior Ryan Tussey of Fort Wayne, Ind.; December graduate Jaime VanHeest of Holland; and senior Elizabeth VanOss of Wheaton, Ill.

The faculty attending are:  Dr. Lorna Hernandez Jarvis, professor of psychology; Dr. Mary Inman, professor of psychology; Dr. Tom Ludwig, the John Dirk Werkman Professor of Psychology; Dr. Pat Roehling, professor of psychology; Dr. Gwenda Schmidt, assistant professor of psychology; and Dr. Sonja Trent-Brown, assistant professor of psychology.