Thomas University psychology students present at state meeting
Several psychology students at Thomas University, along with psychology professors Dr. Steve DePaola and Dr. Dede Avery, participated in the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Georgia Psychological Society Conference in Brunswick, Ga., on April 5. The students presented research related to forensic psychology during the general poster session and received positive feedback from students and professors from other universities in Georgia. Following their presentation, the students participated in several workshops regarding current research interests in the field of psychology and career planning. Dr. Steve DePaola captivated the attendees with a presentation on Toxic Leadership. TU students who participated in the event are (from left) David Deusinger of Bainbridge; Jessica Johnson of St. Petersburg, Fla.; Chelsea Dolan of Thomasville; Rachel Ivancic of Royal Palm Beach, Fla.; and Burton Burt of Gainesville, Ga.