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QCC Students Present at New England Psychological Association Conference

November, 2019
  • From left: QCC graduate Noelle Hemdal and current students Krysa Boyce and Norma Charles-Rodriguez
    From left: QCC graduate Noelle Hemdal and current students Krysa Boyce and Norma Charles-Rodriguez

On November 9, the Psi Beta and Psychology Club students presented their research at the New England Psychological Association Conference at Southern New Hampshire University. The project "Staying Engaged: The Examination of Factors Related to College Course Engagement," was presented by Noelle Hemdal (QCC graduate and current tutor, now attending The American Woman’s College-Baypath University in Forensic Psychology)  and current QCC students Krysa Boyce and Norma Charles-Rodriguez. Ms. Boyce and Ms. Charles-Rodriguez will be graduating in December and continuing on in their psychology studies at Worcester State University.

Other research associates who were part of this project included: QCC psychology graduates Chloe M. Current, Adam A. Maarij and current QCC psychology student Leah Johnston. The Psi Beta and Psychology Club will be launching its spring research project in January. Any student who is interested in participating, should contact either Professor Valerie Clemente at vclemente [at] qcc.mass.edu or Professor Eric Mania at emania [at] qcc.mass.edu   

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