Category Archives: Psychology

Research Methods Poster Session- another success!

The halls of the MD building at Palomar College were packed once again with enthusiastic researchers and visitors for this spring 2014 semester’s Research Methods’ Poster Session. Topics were quite diverse and included: testing methodology differences and outcomes, anonymity and … Continue reading

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Faculty Awards!

Hey there– did you know that Laurel Anderson from Child Development won the 2013-2014 Distinguished Faculty Award for full-time faculty?  She also will be Palomar’s new Service Learning Coordinator!  The part-time Distinguished Faculty Award went to Michelle Vogel-Trautt in Psychology.   … Continue reading

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Netta Schroer delivers Keynote to SOCCCD Research Conference

On November 16th, 2013 Dr. Netta Schroer from our Psychology department was the keynote speaker at the South Orange County Community College District‘s Second Annual Student Research Conference.  Her keynote “Applying psychology to law: Examining the psychology  of police interrogations … Continue reading

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Psychology Department Poster Session- a great success!

This week I had the privilege to attend the Palomar College Psychology Department’s Poster Board session.  And it was VERY impressive!  The hallway of the 2nd floor of the MD building was packed with students, faculty and staff engaged in … Continue reading

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Political Economy Days a great success!

Palomar College celebrated its 17th Political Economy Days (PED) event this fall to packed crowds of students and faculty.  PE Days is a well-known event at Palomar, known for bringing together scholars (local and beyond our borders) to engage students … Continue reading

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Palomar Faculty representing at the State Level

Katie Townsend-Merino, from our Psychology department, has been appointed to several Task Forces by the Academic Senate for the California Community Colleges (ASCCC). She is currently a member of the Organizational Oversight Task Force charged with developing a self-evaluation process … Continue reading

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