The psychology event of the year is heading to Washington DC!
August 8-11

APA 2020 is where scientists, educators, practitioners, and applied psychologists from around the world come together to explore the most compelling issues in the discipline. This year we’re heading to Washington DC, a city rich in culture and history and home of the American Psychological Association!

Apply soon! Poster deadline: July 1, 2020 – NOTE: Due to COVID-19, APA is hosting a virtual conference from August 8 to 11, 2020. 
We regret to report that the student poster session will not be held this year.

Ruth Hubbard Cousins Distinguished Lecture

Sue Frantz An Introductory Psychology course for today: Let’s toss out the bathwater and maybe the baby too!
Saturday, August 8th,
10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.,
Location: TBA

Psi Beta Symposium

High-Impact Experiential Learning Programs and Strategies
Bryan S. Gerber, Ph.D., Stark State College – An Introduction to Experiential Learning and the Potential Benefits
Jennifer O’Loughlin-Brooks, MS, Collin College – Exploring the Benefits of Undergraduate Publishing: A High-Impact Practice (HIP)
Todd A Joseph, MA, Hillsborough Community College – Applications of Experiential Learning Outside of the Classroom: Life-Changing?
Saturday, August 8th
11:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.,
Location: TBA

Psi Beta / Psi Chi / CABE Reception and Awards

5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Saturday, August 8th – Location TBA

Psi Beta
Certified member of the National Association of College Honor Societies, Affiliate of the American Psychological Association, and Affiliate of the American Psychological Society