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  • Psi Chi National Honor Society - Department of Psychology
    MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Psychology Honor Society Menu Menu Psi Chi National Honor Society We believe in recognizing students who demonstrate an outstanding work ethic and capabilities in the study of psychology That is why we maintain a Colgate chapter of the Psi Chi national honor society Membership Psi Chi is the national honor society in psychology Membership is exclusive to students who have demonstrated an outstanding capacity in the study of psychology To qualify for membership you must meet the following minimum requirements You must have completed at least three semesters of college You must have completed at least three psychology courses You must be registered as a major or minor in psychology or a major in neuroscience You must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3 00 and rank in the upper 35 percent of your class You must have a minimum overall psychology GPA of 3 00 You must demonstrate high standards of personal behavior You must apply for admission to the Colgate chapter of Psi Chi You must receive a two thirds affirmative vote of those present at a regular meeting of the chapter Colgate s Chapter Colgate s chapter of Psi Chi is supervised by Professor Richard Braaten Copies of Psi Chi s newsletter Eye on Psi Chi are distributed to inducted members If you are a Colgate student who has achieved the requirements for membership listed above please see Professor Braaten for an application Lifetime membership in Psi Chi is an earned honor and there is a one time membership fee currently 35 Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/psychology/psi-chi-honor-society (2016-02-01)
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  • Resources for Student Researchers - Department of Psychology
    research project Research with human participants manual for investigators Download the investigator s manual for detailed guidance regarding the policies and procedures that govern Colgate s IRB NIH ethics training module If your supervisor has asked you to complete the NIH ethics training module follow the link above That link will take you to the NIH OER Protecting Human Research Participants website where you can complete the module You will need to register with the website before completing the module follow the instructions on that website Once you have passed all section quizzes in the module you will be given an electronic Certificate of Completion For MAC users take a screenshot of the certificate using Shift Command 3 An image file will be saved to your desktop E mail that image file to your supervisor For PC users take a screenshot of the certificate by pressing the Print Scrn key then open Paint Start All Programs Accessories Paint and paste Ctrl v Save the file in jpg format to your desktop and then e mail the image file to your supervisor Guidelines for Recruiting Human Participants Guidelines for recruiting participants from the PSYC150 subject pool Download the above document if you plan to recruit participants from Introduction to Psychology PSYC 150 The document contains the guidelines that you must follow when recruiting from that participant pool Template sign up sheet PSYC 150 subject pool only Download the above template if you plan to recruit participants from Introduction to Psychology PSYC 150 and plan to post your experiment on the Experiment Sign up Board The template is formatted as described in the guidelines for recruiting participants from the PSYC 150 subject pool document Add as many time slot sheets as needed but do not flood the sign up board Guidelines for formatting pretesting surveys questionnaires Download the above for instructive guidelines regarding the proper format for pretesting surveys questionnaires General Resources 13 Steps to Graduating with Honors or High Honors in Psychology or Neuroscience Visit the link above for suggested progress check points from junior to senior year for conducting honors high honors research Six Guidelines for Interesting Research Visit the link above for suggestions on how to approach your research question Request research space for your experiment Visit the link above to reserve a room or rooms for your experiment Requirements for building a stimulus response or reaction time testing program Visit the link above if you are planning on running an experiment that is controlled by a computer Requirements for building an online survey or questionnaire Visit the link above if you are planning on implementing an online survey or questionnaire Blank research poster presentation template Download the above blank poster it has been formatted to the department s standard print size Select the appropriate orientation Portrait orientation 36 width x 42 height or Landscape orientation 42 width x 36 height Please see these sample posters using the department s standard print size Sample Psychology Poster Sample Neuroscience poster

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/psychology/resources-for-student-researchers (2016-02-01)
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  • Colgate EEG Lab
    for Lab Protocols General Lab Resources Page ERP Lab Contact Information For general questions about the lab or if you need assistance with any aspect of your experiment contact the lab director Colgate s ERP Lab Director Bruce C Hansen Additional Information Electroencephalography itself involves placing surface electrodes on the scalp of a human participant and recording weak gross electrical signals generated by the brain Thus in contrast to functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI positron emission tomography PET or diffuse optical imaging DOI techniques EEG is a more direct measure of neural activity whereas the former neuroimaging techniques yield measures of physiological changes that are only correlated with changes in neuronal activity Furthermore EEG recordings can be time locked to behavioral experimental paradigms in the form of event related potentials or ERPs thereby allowing for a wide variety of analyses focused on the temporal localization of different brain signals Thus EEG and related analyses is a very powerful technique for assessing the temporal characteristics of the brain s neuroelectric activity Colgate s ERP lab is equipped with a state of the art EEG system that was funded through a National Science Foundation NSF Major Research Instrumentation MRI grant The system is intended for shared use by Colgate faculty and undergraduate research students exploring human behavior from multiple perspectives It is hoped that Colgate s ERP lab will provide a common tool connecting a diverse range of faculty and students interests and will facilitate both intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary work among researchers who may not otherwise collaborate Faculty and student researchers who are interested in incorporating EEG or ERP measures into their research must complete the lab s training sessions see contact information above to schedule your training sessions If you have completed the training sessions please visit the Helpful Links section

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/psychology/colgate-eeg-lab (2016-02-01)
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  • Success After Colgate Results
    Latin Mathematical economics Mathematics Molecular biology Music Native American studies Natural sciences Neuroscience Peace and conflict studies Philosophy Philosophy and religion Physical science Physics Political science Psychology Religion Russian and Eurasian Studies Social sciences Sociology and anthropology Spanish Theater Women s studies SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Director Strategic Accounts Transperfect Translations International 2010 graduate Child Protective Caseworker Jefferson County Department of Social Services 2008 graduate Judge Criminal Justice Center 1974 graduate Program Coordinator Office of Undergraduate Studies Colgate University 2011 graduate Human Factors Engineer Lockheed Martin Corp 1993 graduate Psychologist Marriage Family Therapist Self employed 1973 graduate Producer WNYT TV Channel 13 1997 graduate Criminology Masters George Washington University 2011 graduate Public Health Representative New York State Department of Health 1984 graduate Youth Enrollment Specialist Big Brothers of Massachusetts Bay 2004 graduate Manager Talent Management AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company 2012 graduate Clinical Research Coordinator Division of Pediatric Dana Farber Cancer Institute 2011 graduate Assistant Teacher Brunswick School The 2012 graduate Teacher Yorba Linda CA Language Corps 2011 graduate Associate Producer Children s Media Out of the Blue Enterprises 2011 graduate Physical Therapist Somerset Hills Physical Therapy 1990 graduate Special Education Teacher DC Public Schools 2005 graduate Bilingual Enrollment and Match Specialist Big Brothers Big Sisters Puget Sound 2008 graduate Senior Research Archives MSNBC 1980 graduate Account Supervisor Millward Brown Group 2010 graduate Department Head Occupational Therapy Children s Therapy Center The 1996 graduate Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Emory University 1984 graduate Recruiting Coordinator Digital Media Sales Google Inc 2006 graduate Third Grade Teacher Look At Me School 2008 graduate Director Consumer Marketing Insights Newell Rubbermaid Inc 1998 graduate Professor of Psychology Department University of California Berkeley 1970 graduate Manager Strategic Planning Conde Nast Publications 2006 graduate Managing Supervisor Center for Autism Related Disorders 2000 graduate Sales Associate Institutional Shareholder Services 2012 graduate Account Manager LanguageWorks 2011 graduate Lab Manager University of Michigan 2009 graduate Advisor Clean Air Plan for Industry Ontario Ministry of Environment 1994 graduate Attorney Shindler Esq Alexander 2006 graduate Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission 2000 graduate Director Discovery Channel Research Discovery Communications Inc 2004 graduate Paper Conservation Technician National Gallery of Art 1989 graduate Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement Colgate University 1998 graduate Genetic Counselor Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center 1998 graduate Senior Trust Accountant Fidelity Investments 1997 graduate Connections Junior Associate MediaVest 2011 graduate Pharmaceutical Representative Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp 1993 graduate Graduate Student Columbia University 2011 graduate Graduate Student General Special Education Manhattanville College 2010 graduate Clinic Psychologist Shield Institute The 1994 graduate Content Producer Bleacher Report 2010 graduate Assistant Research Specialist Counsel Clinical Sch Psych University of California 2010 graduate Mental Health Specialist Franciscan Children s Hospital 2009 graduate Operating Partner Goode Partners 1975 graduate Children s Ministry Coordinator Fairfax Community Church 2003 graduate JD Candidate University of Michigan 2009 graduate Research Assistant University of Rochester 2010 graduate Embryologist Genetics and IVF Institute 1997 graduate Research Assistant Statistics Collaborative 2010 graduate Account Executive RAPP 2010 graduate Special Deputy Attorney General

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/distinctly-colgate/success-after-colgate/success-after-colgate-results?major=PSYC (2016-02-01)
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  • Khaldei Photography Collection - Russian and Eurasian Studies
    the life and work of the famous Soviet photographer Yevgeny Khaldei whose images of WWII and its aftermath defined that history for generations of viewers About Khaldei Yevgeny Khaldei 1917 1997 captured half a century of striking images of Soviet history One of the most famous photographers of World War II he covered that conflict from its opening hours in the far north through to the taking of Berlin and eventually the Nuremberg Trials In 1948 he lost his job either because of the post war frenzy of antisemitism which began in that year and continued until Stalin s death or because he was an admirer of Tito who had broken with Stalin either reason would have sufficed He slipped into obscurity For years his photographs were reproduced in Russia and in the west without his name on them In 1995 50 years after the war s end he began to be exhibited again in Europe and the United States Connection to Colgate In the 1990s Khaldei worked together with Colgate professors Alice and Alexander Nakhimovsky and held the first U S exhibition of his work at Colgate He went on to present further exhibitions in New York San Francisco and elsewhere Khaldei also worked with the Nakhimovskys on compiling a retrospective of his work Witness to History The Photographs of Yevgeny Khaldei Aperture 1997 He died just before the publication of that book and before the completion of a film about his life and work During his two visits to Colgate Khaldei was very taken with the students he met and he made an extremely generous donation of photographs to the university Some of our collection is on display outside the Russian and Eurasian Studies Department in Lawrence Hall while most of the collection is held in Colgate s

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/russian-and-eurasian-studies/khaldei-photography-collection (2016-02-01)
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  • Faculty and Staff - Russian and Eurasian Studies
    Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Russian and Eurasian Studies Faculty and Staff Menu Menu Faculty and Staff Russian and Eurasian Studies Our faculty and staff are enthusiastic and accessible Please reach out with any questions or interests you have in our department Learn more about our university faculty and their accomplishments Laura Mieka Erley Assistant Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies 309A Lawrence Hall P 315 228 6135 merley colgate edu Jessica Graybill Associate Professor of Geography Director Russian Eurasian Studies 301 Ho Science Center P 315 228 6498 jgraybill colgate edu Carolyn Guile Associate Professor of Art Art History 315 Little Hall P 315 228 7907 cguile colgate edu Ian Helfant Associate Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies and Environmental Studies 302 Lawrence Hall P 315 228 7721 ihelfant colgate edu Marina Mamontova Russian Language Intern Lawrence Hall mmamontova colgate edu Alice Nakhimovsky Distinguished Chair in Jewish Studies and Professor of Jewish Studies and Russian and Eurasian Studies 306B Lawrence Hall P 315 228 7274 asnakhimovsky colgate edu Nancy Ries Professor of Anthropology and Peace Conflict Studies 407 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7552 nries colgate edu Carol Kira Stevens Professor of History Director Division of the Social Sciences 307 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7542 kstevens colgate edu Richard Sylvester Professor of Russian Emeritus rsylvester colgate edu Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Film and Media Studies Geography Geology German History International Relations Jewish Studies LGBTQ Studies Linguistics

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  • Student Theses - Department of Russian and Eurasian Studies
    Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Russian and Eurasian Studies Student Theses Menu Menu Student Honors Theses Russian and Eurasian Studies is proud of its students who have written honors theses Alumni if you have a copy of your thesis you could send we will add it to this collection About Honors A minimum overall GPA in the major of 3 30 for honors and 3 70 for high honors is required plus a written thesis of 40 to 60 pages Students who write an honors thesis are required to take an Honors Independent Study REST 490 in the semester preceding the senior seminar Submissions If you are alumni and you would like your thesis included in this collection please send an electronic copy to the department chair Class of 2013 Rejecting the White Cube Evan Hammond 13 Adviser Marijeta Bozovic Pussy Riot and Its Aftershocks Politics and Performance in Putin s Russia Victoria Kouznetsov 13 Adviser Marijeta Bozovic Class of 2006 Birobidzhan An Historical and Personal Account of the Jewish Autonomous Region Marc Frankel 06 Adviser Alice Nakhimovsky Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Film and Media Studies Geography Geology German History International Relations Jewish Studies LGBTQ Studies Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Music Native American Studies Neuroscience Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physics Astronomy

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  • Success After Colgate Results
    Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Distinctly Colgate Success After Colgate Success After Colgate Results Success After Colgate Russian and Eurasian Studies Choose a Major Africana Latin American studies Art and art history Asian studies Astrogeophysics Astronomy physics Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Chinese Classical studies Classics Computer science Computer science mathematics Economics Educational studies English Environmental biology Environmental economics Environmental geography Environmental geology Environmental studies French Geography Geology German Greek History Humanities International relations Japanese Latin Mathematical economics Mathematics Molecular biology Music Native American studies Natural sciences Neuroscience Peace and conflict studies Philosophy Philosophy and religion Physical science Physics Political science Psychology Religion Russian and Eurasian Studies Social sciences Sociology and anthropology Spanish Theater Women s studies SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Realtor Prudential Arizona Properties 1992 graduate Software Developer Amazon com Inc 1987 graduate Business Development Associate GoldenTree Asset Management 2010 graduate Special Agent US Department of State 1991 graduate Manager Pricing Strategy American Express Company 2010 graduate Attorney State of New York 1991 graduate Owner WeissWrite LLC 1973 graduate Russian Orthodox Priest Church of the Nativity of Christ 1969 graduate Project Administrator Blue Cross Blue Shield 1980 graduate Senior Operations Officer World Bank 1990 graduate Russian Eurasian and Eastern European Regional Studies Columbia University 2011 graduate Director of Marketing Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc 1983 graduate Systems Analyst Wall Street Data Systems 1980 graduate Major Balkens Desk Officer US Army 1982 graduate Program Coordinator Social Science Research Council 1990 graduate Foreign Service Officer US Department of State 1985 graduate Independent Grant Writing Consultant Self employed 1967 graduate Senior Advisor on Russian Programs Nuclear Threat Institute 1961 graduate Assistant Professor Department of Sociology Anthropology Washington Lee University 1992 graduate Chair Political Science Director Intl Security Intel Stud Bellevue University 1993 graduate Actress Writer

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