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CUC Psych Newsletter Fall 2013

CUC Psych Newsletter Fall 2013

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CUC Psych Newsletter Fall 2013
CUC Psych Newsletter Fall 2013

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Save the Date!
CUC Psych
Chair’s Report
Well, Psych Majors, we’ve
made it through midterm of the fallsemester! We are glad that you arehere at CUC and glad that you havechosen to pursue a major inpsychology! Some of you haveexpressed interest in pursuing acareer in the helping professions.Others envision themselves asexperimentalists and researchers.Others pursue psychology because itprovides a solid liberal arts degree.Whatever your reasons, know thatwe are here to prepare you for thenext phase in your life, teaching youto think critically, ask questions, andwonder why people think and behave the way they do.This fall, we have 102 psychmajors and 66 minors, making usthe largest program in the College of Arts and Sciences. You are served by four full-time and 13 part-timefaculty members, and one graduateassistant. This year, we hope to findat least one additional facultymember to add to our number, sinceDr. Houska has left our ranks and isnow teaching on the east coast.Come visit us over in MaryMartha- if our doors are open, popin to say hi! Also- be sure to like uson Facebook  and check out our  website. Best,Dr. Rachel EellsPsychology Department Chair 
It is that time of the year again. We, at the PsychologyDepartment, are wishing you happy studies as you fall back into the school year. Whether you are a new student or one thatwill be leaving us shortly for graduation, we hope that you willfind this year to be a plentiful year full of wonderful academicopportunities.
Feb 15, 2014
Until Dec 6, 2013
Come down to MM131 and set up a timeto fill out a survey. Weneed it to learn moreabout you as students.
October 31, 2013
Come trick or treatand say hello to thePsych faculty.(costume optional).
If students wish tointern for credit nextschool year applications are due
 at this time.
Faculty Here at CUC
Dr. Rachel EellsProfessor Amy BarthDr. Beth VenzkeDr. John Zillman
Courses taught this fall:NoeticsPsychology of Gender Behavior Assessment and ManagementFavorite movie: Love ActuallySuggested book: Lean In by Sheryl SandbergCourses taught this fall:Theories of PersonalityInterface Between Psychology and ChristianitySenior Seminar Abnormal PsychologyInternship in PsychologyFavorite movie: The Lord of the Rings TrilogySuggested book: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat byOliver SacksCourse taught this fall:Dev. Psychology: Middle ChildhoodFavorite movie: The IntouchablesSuggested book: The Warmth of Other Suns: The EpicStory of America's Great Migration by Isabel WilkersonIn the midst of working on: the Vocation Task Force,Higher Learning Commission Re-accreditation and relatedreports, Undergraduate Student Success Initiatives.Courses taught this fall:NoeticsDev. Psych: LifespanDev. Psychology: AdulthoodNeuropsychologyFavorite movie: Mary Poppins
Suggested book: Man’s Search
for Meaning by Viktor Frankl
Adjunct Faculty Highlight
Russ Clay
Social Psychology and ResearchMethods
Brenda Becker 
Interpersonal Skills/HelpingProfessions
Jason Grebasch
Interpersonal Skills/HelpingProfessions
Amanda Maddocks
Statistics of BehavioralSciences
Andrew Tawfik 
- Statistics of Behavioral Sciences
Sara Locatelli
- Psychology and the Law
Brain Boosting Breakfast
Grow your brain with healthy food choices.
1 scoop of whey protein powder 2 TB of ground flax seed1 fistful of spinach½ cup of frozen blueberries1 cup of almond milk 2 TB of low fat Greek yogurt
 Put the ingredients into a blender and blend until it is your desired consistency. Enjoy your delicious brainboosting smoothie and ace those tests.
Some of you have had the wonderfulopportunity to work with our adjunct faculty here atConcordia University Chicago. We would like totake this time and highlight them and the coursesthat they teach here at Concordia.
Jeffery Hynes
- General Psychology
Jerry Pinotti
- Career Management
Jennifer Hooten
- Personal Growth and Adjustment
John Farrand
- General Psychology
Patricia O’Connor 
- Developmental Psychology:Adolescence
Angie Koutroubis
Child and AdolescentPsychology

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