Psychology students represent Stritch at association’s regional meeting

Wednesday, May 8, 2013 12:55:00 PM

Five psychology students presented research posters at the annual Midwestern Psychological Association’s (MPA) meeting in Chicago on May 3.

Ian Blankenmeyer and Jeffery Hernandez presented, “Football popular but not as likely to draw in students as academics.”

Julianne Lemke, Shelley Schreiber, and Jacqueline Hagie presented, “Despite biases, health professionals treat patients with mental illness above the standard of care.”

Students from several universities, including most of the University of Wisconsin system, submit their research to the MPA. The review and selection processes are highly competitive. Congratulations to our Stritch presenters!