Red River Psychology Conference

26th Annual Red River Psychology Conference

April 19 and 20, 2012 


The Red River Psychology Conference is a student-centered, professional meeting that provides students in the tri-college area and beyond with a valuable opportunity for professional presentation and review of their work. Now in it's 26th year, the conference is a two-day event in the spring that is hosted alternately by one of the tri-college campuses of MSUM, NDSU, and Concordia College. The conference attracts undergraduate and graduate students and faculty from the tri-college community, as well as many surrounding colleges, professional schools, and research institutions.


MSUM Psi Chi and Psychology Club are proud to host this year's conference. We hope that you will help to make the conference a success by presenting your work, attending the talks by our keynote speaker--Dr. Blair Johnson, and exchanging ideas with area students and faculty during paper and poster sessions and the luncheon. 


This conference was funded, in part, by a grant from Psi Chi--The International Honor Society in Psychology (www.psichi.org). 


The 27th Annual Red River Psychology Conference will be hosted by North Dakota State University in the spring of 2013.