Annual Department of Psychology Student Symposium 

Monday, April 25, 2022 in-person in the Madison Union Ballroom

Projects can be in any stage of the process. Groups of students may work together on posters or oral presentations. The symposium will be a great opportunity to share what students have been working on this year with faculty, fellow students, and campus visitors. Students who have been involved in research projects, field placement projects, practica, Honors Thesis, or other projects may present a poster or give a brief talk.

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  • 10:30-11:45am: Poster Session 1
  • 12:00-12:45pm: Brief Research Talks
  • 1:00-2:15pm: Poster Session 2

Information for Students

Please note that brief research talks will be selected by faculty recommendation (and not the Qualtrics form below). If you are interested in giving a brief research talk, please have your faculty advisor contact Dave Szwedo or Robyn Kondrad by Monday, April 4.

Students who are completing an Honors Thesis should participate.

Students who received travel grants and/or printed posters for professional conferences this year at the expense of the Department of Psychology are expected to participate.


By Monday, April 4:  Students must register to present by completing the online form. Students who do not register by the deadline will not appear in the program.

By Monday, April 11: If students need a poster printed for this event, please submit an electronic copy of the finalized poster to Casey Reed ( Please double check your students’ posters prior to submission.

For questions about the Department of Psychology Student Symposium please email Dave Szwedo ( or Robyn Kondrad (