CLAS Faculty and AP Sketches this week
July 12, 2017
Katie Corker, assistant professor of psychology, and a former student earned "Best Paper of the Year" at the Association for Research in Personality annual meeting for their article, "Do Performance Avoidance Goals Moderate the Effect of Different Types of Stereotype Threat on Women’s Math Performance?"
Jim Penn, associate professor of geography and sustainable planning, served as a panelist for a review of "El Abrazo de la Serpiente/Embrace of the Serpent" at the Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival.
Al Steinman, director of the Annis Water Resources Institute, gave three invited presentations: "Long-term Monitoring Results in Muskegon Lake" at the Lakeshore Museum Center in Muskegon; "Update on Monitoring and Research Results" at Project Clarity in Holland; and “Restoration of Lakes and Wetlands: A Tale of Three Systems" at the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center at the University of Illinois.
Doris Penn, academic advisor for the CLAS Academic Advising Center, served as a panelist for "NN" at the Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival.
Rick Albrecht, professor of movement science, gave a webinar, "From Good to Better to Best: Taking our Coaching, and Our Athletes' Experiences, to the Next Level," for the National Alliance for Youth Sports.