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Student Government Association at SHSS Hosts Interdepartmental Symposium

On Sept. 30, the SHSS’ Student Government Association (SGA) sponsored an Interdepartmental Student Symposia. The convener was Sharon McIntyre, a doctoral student in the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (DCAR) and SHSS-SGA Board Member

Three students gave presentations:

“Narrative and Equine Therapy” – by Diana I. Giraldez Carter, doctoral student in the Department of Family Therapy (DFT)

“An Examination of the Inter-relationship of Proactive Coping, Preventive Coping, Anticipatory Coping, and Reactive Coping with the Big Five Personality Traits: A Correlation and Regression Analysis” – by Casey Straud, doctoral student of clinical psychology from the Center of Psychological Studies (CPS),

“Nationalistic Ideologies and Fragile Identities: Youth and the Non-State Armed Groups. Critical Challenges and Considerations for the Post-Conflict Reintegration and Stability Operations; Case of Serbia’s Tigers” by Aleksandra Nesic, doctoral student in DCAR.

The SHSS-SGA presented the students with gift cards. Their faculty advisor is Christina Ajayi, Ph.D., faculty in DFT, and the faculty discussant for the symposium was Alexia Georgakopoulos, Ph.D., faculty in DCAR.