On Tuesday, May 3rd will be hosting another colloquium this semester! It will be held in Whitby 121 from 6:00-7:30. Three students will present their research projects that were conducted using previously collected data on implementing Triple P for high-risk families involved with Child Protective Services (CPS).
Our student presenters are as follows:
- Amanda Rodarte will discuss her research, focusing on intergenerational anxiety and depression in CPS-involved families.
- Gabrielle Vincent will discuss her research, that is centered around the relationship between discrimination and trauma history, specifically, in relation to risk factors such as low empathy and belief in corporal punishment.
- Rochelle Vincent will discuss her research, focusing on children’s resiliency and adaptability, as they relate to parents’ social support.
These students and their faculty advisor, Dr. Keri Pinna, will discuss how to become engaged in research. We invite you to join us in discussing these research topics, research opportunities, and self-advocacy, as well as your roles as student leaders here at St. Catherine University.
The flyer for the colloquium can be found here.
Questions? Contact Dr. Keri Pinna at firstname.lastname@example.org