We are pleased to host the 44th Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference, which will take place at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario on May 9, 2014.
The conference will feature several poster sessions, as well as a variety of specialized symposia (talk sessions) covering all major areas of psychological and related research (including, but not limited to: social, personality, cognitive, behavioral neuroscience, developmental, clinical/ abnormal, animal behavior). Poster sessions and symposia will allow students to present the results of their Honors Thesis research to a broad audience of interested peers and other scientists.
Kingston is located on the shore of Lake Ontario, close to the Thousand Islands National Park. With a population of about 120,000, Kingston is home to the Royal Military College of Canada and historic Fort Henry, constructed during the War of 1812 and now recognized as a National Historic Site. A popular tourist destination during the summer months, the city features a beautiful and well-preserved downtown area that includes numerous historic buildings and sites, as well as a number of fine hotels and restaurants, all of which deserve to be explored.
Queen’s University, established in 1841 by royal charter from Queen Victoria (making it 26 years older than the federal dominion of Canada), is home to a total student body of about 25,000. The University offers a wide range of general, specialized, and professional degrees programs, with recognized excellence in diverse disciplines such as Art Conservation, Business, Medicine, and Environmental Studies.
We are delighted to welcome attendees to the Conference at Queen’s in May 2014!
The Program contains detailed instructions for all conference presenters.
The Conference Organizers have arranged for on-campus accommodations for all attendees in Queen's Residence. For further information, please go to the following link: https://devsso.housing.queensu.ca/accommodations-booking/index.php
To book a room, please go to the drop-down menu and select "Event Name" and type "Psychology" to make your
Hans C. Dringenberg