The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is hosting the 10th annual Laurel Highlands Undergraduate Psychology Conference Saturday, April 14, in Blackington Hall on the UPJ campus.
The program will begin at 9 a.m. with registration.
At 9:30 the keynote speaker, Dr. Christopher Martin, University of Pittsburgh Department of Psychiatry, will discuss “Diagnosis and Clinical Course of Adolescent-Onset Alcohol and Drug Problems.”
Student presentations will be held from 10:30 to noon.
The Laurel Highlands Undergraduate Psychology Conference features undergraduate student research presentations from a variety of psychology programs at various colleges and universities in the tri-state area. The conference provides a valuable opportunity for undergraduates to present their research and for both students and faculty to network with peers from other institutions.
For additional information on the conference, contact John Mullennix, UPJ professor of psychology at 814-269-7293.
Founded in 1927, the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is a four-year, degree-granting college of the University of Pittsburgh. The university offers more than 40 majors and is known for its engineering technology, education, humanities, natural and social sciences degree programs. UPJ has been ranked “Third in the North” among public comprehensive colleges and universities, northern region, by U.S. News and World Report, America’s Best Colleges, 2007.