Pace Psychology Convention 5-7-16

Announcing a symposium

at the 24th Pace University Psychology Convention **


Engaging students in international work: Why and how?


May 7, Saturday, 1:10- 2:25 pm

“How can we best encourage students to engage in international and cross-cultural study, research, or organizations (like ICP or the United Nations)?”  This panel brings together 5 experts to offer their guidance on this question.

Chair: Harold Takooshian, Fordham University


Linda Lubranski, Director for Academic Engagement, St. Joseph’s College Engaging students in study abroad

Maryam Zoma, Catholic Charities of Brooklyn-Queens

        Fulbrights for undergraduate students

Teresa M. Ober, APA team @ the UN

        Engaging students in United Nations work

Uwe P. Gielen, St. Francis College

International and Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Child Psychology.


Samvel Jeshmaridian, Psi Beta & TCI Technical Careers Institute

** This symposium is part of the 24th Pace University Psychology Conference, at 1 Pace Plaza on Saturday, 7 May 2016. A free “international lunch” is served at noon, immediately preceding the 1:10-2:25 pm symposium. This symposium is arranged in cooperation with SPSSI-New York and the Manhattan Psychological Association. For any details, contact, or check