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Dr. Christopher Bishop Participates in Panel Discussion and Presents Paper at APA Annual Convention

- Dr. Christopher Bishop, Associate Professor of Psychology and Program Chair, was invited by APA to be on a panel discussion titled Education & Training Issues in Psychology for their summer internship program.

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Dr. Christopher Bishop Re-Elected to Board of Examiners

- Dr. Christopher Bishop, Associate Professor of Psychology, was re-elected as chair to the Board of Examiners of Psychologists. The board, made up of seven licensed psychologists and two consumer members, is appointed by the Governor to administer and regulate the laws regarding the practice of psychology in Maryland.

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Dr. Baugh and Dr. Ocampo Co-author Presentation for 2019 Health Care Systems Research Network Conference

- Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Stacey Baugh and Provost Dr. Carlota Ocampo co-authored, with research director and colleague Dr. Sharon Laing, a presentation entitled “Healthcare providers’ perspectives on the opportunities for mobile health technologies to support (safety-net) patients’ healthcare needs”.

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College of Arts and Sciences Faculty to Present at 2019 Lilly Conference

- Congratulations to the following College of Arts and Sciences faculty and instructional staff who will be presenting at the Lilly Conference in Bethesda, MD on May 30-June 2, 2019.
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Sr. Mary Johnson Presented Paper at the Catholic Social Tradition Conference

- Sr. Mary Johnson SNDdeN, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies, delivered a paper on "Women and Catholic Social Teaching" at the Catholic Social Tradition Conference at the University of Notre Dame on March 21-23, 2019.

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