College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Jay Lees, professor of history, will present "One Day in May: The 2008 Tornado Hits Parkersburg." The event is free and open to the public.
Receipient of the Women's and Gender Studies Outstanding Graduate Paper on Gender award will present their paper and be presented with their award.
The Out of the Darkness Walk will increase awareness about depression and suicide. Funds raised will support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s research efforts and educational programs. The three mile walk will bring together people who have lost loved ones to suicide or know someone struggling with depression.
Melinda Henneberger, Washington Post journalist and author of the 2007 book If Only They LIstened to Us: What Women Voters Want Politicians to Hear, will discuss the likely influence of faith-based issues on women voters in the 2014 and 2016 elections.
The Influence of Personality and Locus of Control on Life Goals in Offenders.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Examining the Co-occurrence, Overlapping Features, and Sex Differences
Anger, Relationships, and Intimate Partner Violence in Emerging Adults with and without ADHD Symptomology
Testing Implications of the General Theory of Crime with Adult Male Offenders
Jessica Garraway, Women's and Gender Studies minor student, will discuss "Colonize This! Young Women on Today's Feminism." The book was edited by Daisy Hernandez, UNI Women's History Month keynote speaker. Books are avilalble for checkout for UNI faculty, staff and students in the Women's and Gender Studies office in 225 Sabin Hall. This event is sponsored by the Women's and Gender Studies program; free and open to the public.
Intraindividual Personality Change: Situational Influence, Patterns of Change, and Frequency-Based Measurement