Western New York Undergraduate Psychology Conference
2021 Conference Information
Hello! Are you looking for 2021 conference information for the 2nd annual Western New York Undergraduate Psychology Conference? That information has been moved to a new site: https://ubwp.buffalo.edu/wnypsychologyconference
All future updates will be on the new website listed above. (This website will stick around for posterity's sake.) Toodles!
Poster Presentations Awards
First place for "Best Poster Presentation" of the 1st annual Western New York Undergraduate Psychology Conference goes to...
Second place for "Best Poster Presentation" of the 1st annual Western New York Undergraduate Psychology Conference goes to...
Third place for "Best Poster Presentation" of the 1st annual Western New York Undergraduate Psychology Conference goes to...
Congratulations to our award winners!
Thank you to our faculty judges!
Dr. John Edlund (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Dr. Stephani Foraker (SUNY Buffalo State College)
Dr. Stephanie Godleski (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Dr. Charles Goodsell (Canisius College)
Dr. Kimberly Kamper-DeMarco (SUNY Buffalo State College)
Dr. Dennis Poepsel (Daemen College)
Dr. Wendy Quinton (University at Buffalo)
Dr. Caitlin Szalkowski (Hilbert College)
Dr. Burt Thompson (Niagara University)
"Publishing my first scientific paper: Advice for future graduate students"
Miriam T. Stotsky, M.A., Ph.D Candidate
Miriam (Mimi) Stotsky is a fifth year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Program at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Mimi received her B.A. in Psychology from Syracuse University and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University. Mimi's research interests include examining the relationship between peer experiences such as acceptance, popularity, and friendship. Additionally, she is interested in social risk and protective factors in adolescent adjustment, such as social withdrawal, friendship quality, and peer treatment.
2020 Conference Information
The Western New York Undergraduate Psychology Conference was originally planned to be held at the University at Buffalo's north campus on Sunday, April 19th. However, due to COVID-19, the conference is now being held in an online format.
The goal of this conference is to provide an affordable and convenient opportunity for undergraduate psychology students to present their scientific findings at a research meeting. This conference is specifically designed to be open and inviting to undergraduate students and is a great transition to larger national conventions. Additionally, this conference provides an opportunity for local WNY students and faculty to meet and network.
Registration is free!
The abstract submission deadline (February, 28th) has past. No more abstracts are being accepted.
The registration deadline for general attendance is March, 31st. UPDATE: Due to COVID-19 and the new online format, registration is no longer required. You will be able view research posters online during the week of April 19th.
Poster presentations, oral presentations, a keynote speaker, and lunch will be provided! For answers to more questions, visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page. UPDATE: Due to COVID-19, only poster presentations will be available in the new online format. Our conference speaker has kindly recorded an abbreviated version of her talk, which you can view above!
Questions? Contact us
The University at Buffalo's Experiential Learning Network
The University at Buffalo's Department of Psychology
The University at Buffalo's Psi Chi Chapter
The University at Buffalo's Undergraduate Psychology Association (UPA)