Colloquium - Fall 2020
**Announcing the Fordham Psychology Fall 2020 Colloquium Series on Race, Racism, and Social Justice**
09/16/20 - Dr. Stephen Roberts (Assistant Professor of Psychology, Standford University)
10/21/20 - Dr. Desiree Byrd - Dr. Olivia Hooker Diversity Speaker (Associate Professor of Psychology, Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center)
11/18/20 - Dr. Carola Suárez-Orozco (Professor of Human Development and Psychology at the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Sciences)
Wednesday’s from 11:30 - 1:00
Zoom links to be sent via email.
Ethics and Social Justice Essay Prize of 2020
The Center for Ethics Education presents the Ethics and Social Justice Essay Prize of 2020. This year’s theme is Racial Justice: Realities and Possibilities.
Essays should identify and analyze ethical issues or dilemmas related to the annual theme, Racial Justice: Realities and Possibilities. Essays should demonstrate the student's understanding of, and commitment to, racial justice within a thorough discussion of the central ethical concepts, principles, or values at play, and their relevance to the issue at hand. Students are encouraged to (a) draw on a variety of philosophical, theological, humanistic, and scientific perspectives, and (b) discuss how their analysis is informed by their personal experiences, and the shared experiences of family, friends, and other members of their communities.
Submissions due December 1, 2020 at bit.ly/3hv2GlP
Fordham Psychology in action!
Psychology Department students and faculty joined thousands of other supporters in the 2018 Women's March in NYC on Saturday, January 19.