Psychology and Child Development

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Psychology and Child Development Newsletter

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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR

Welcome to the new electronic version of the Psychology & Child Development Department newsletter! On these pages, you can see some of the exciting work by faculty and students in our busy department.  

Read Professor Jasna Jovanovic's message

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STUDENTS STUDY ABROAD

Learn about psychology senior Ryann Cerrina's trip to Italy and child development major Zoe Karanfilian, who visited Thailand and Ireland!

Read more about their experiences

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WELLS FARGO SUPPORTS BAKARI PROGRAM

As a Cal Poly alumnus, Mark Corella is invested in supporting Cal Poly student mentors in the Bakari Program. 

Read more about Wells Fargo's support of the Bakari Program
 

Circle of Giving

DONATED CLIMBING STRUCTURE HELPS PRESCHOOL LAB

The Preschool Learning Lab has updated its playground with a new climbing structure. With a generous donation from alumna and Children’s Creative Learning Center founder Fran McIntyre, the Preschool Learning Lab was able to purchase the climbing structure.

Read more about the Preschool Lab's new structure

Dr. Jennifer Lewis

NEW PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED

The Cal Poly Psychological Science Scholarship, the only scholarship currently available exclusively to students in the department, is in its second year of funding.

Read more about the new scholarship

Homecoming for the Mind

GETTING TO KNOW PROFESSOR TAYLOR SMITH

Taylor Smith just wrapped up his first year teaching psychology at Cal Poly. In an effort to get to know him better, we asked him a few questions.

Read more about Professor Taylor Smith

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REFLECTIONS FROM PROFESSOR NED SCHULTZ

Dr. Ned Schultz has taught psychology at Cal Poly for more than 30 years and just recently reduced his teaching load as part of the Faculty Early Retirement Program. Read what this seasoned faculty member had to say when asked a few questions.

Read more about Professor Ned Schultz
 

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FACULTY NOTES

Our faculty had a busy year. Learn more about what they have been up to. 

Read the faculty notes

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STUDENT NEWS

Learn about the new advisory committee and recent graduate news. 

Read about student news
 

Homecoming for the MindWHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Read more about alumnas Lauren Traube and Veronica Fruiht!

Read more about our alumni

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