Conferences

The Department of Psychology hosts two conferences highlighting Afrikan Psychological research, scholorship, teaching and practice.

 

The FAMU College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities & The Department of Psychology Present:

 

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The 12th National Conference on
African/Black Psychology at
Florida A&M University

For over a decade, the National African/Black Psychology Conference (NABPC), hosted at FAMU, has served as the preeminent event where professional scholars and practitioners celebrate and share Afrikan Psychological research, scholarship, teaching, and practice. The conference provides a training venue for professionals all disciplines, namely those in the social sciences, health, and helping fields. Also, the event allows scholars to present original research. The NABPC offers an opportunity to network with professionals, faculty, students, and community members from across the country, especially those who are members of The Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi).


Fall 2021

More Information To Come

Contact:

Jermaine Robertson
africanpsychconference@gmail.com
850-599-3014.

 

 

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The 29th Annual Imhotep Interdisciplinary Student Research Conference

For nearly three decades, the Imhotep Interdisciplinary Student Research Conference has served as the culmination of Black Psychology Theme Week, a celebration of Afrikan Psychological research, scholarship, teaching, and student development at FAMU. The conference provides a training venue for undergraduate and graduate students of all disciplines to present original research. It is also an opportunity to network with students and faculty from across the country, especially those who are members of The Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi).

 

Spring 2022

More Information To Come

Contact:

Dr. Nkechinyelum Chioneso
n.chioneso@famu.edu
850-599-3014