CSU, Chico News

Symposium to Highlight Student Research in Behavioral and Social Sciences

Date: 04-11-2013

Sarah Langford
Public Affairs
Kathy Castleberry
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

More than 100 students from the California State University, Chico College of Behavioral and Social Sciences will showcase their work during the 12th annual Student Research Symposium on Thursday, April 25, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

During the symposium, undergraduate and graduate students will present their work during concurrent poster and oral presentations in Colusa and Glenn Halls. A reception will follow in the Colusa Conference & Event Center, open to all attendees.

Presentation topics include “Bar Specials, College Student Behavior, and Crime,” “Constructing Sexual Identities in a Shifting Context; Decreasing Tantrum/Meltdown Behaviors of School Children with High-Functioning Autism” and “Follow the Money: Campaign Spending and Outcomes in the 2012 Senate Election,” among others.

For more information, please visit www.csuchico.edu/bss/news/student-symposium.shtml.