On October 23, 2015, the 17th annual Mid-Atlantic Teaching of Psychology (MATOP) conference was held at Prince George’s Community College (PGCC), outside of Washington D.C. Argosy University, Washington, DC has been a sponsor of the conference for the past 8 years and has had faculty and students participate as attendees and presenters. More than 50 attendees, who teach psychology at universities, two and four-year colleges, and high schools, came together to address this year’s theme, “Applying Psychology,” over eight presentation sessions and a participant idea exchange.
Dr. Mukul Bhalla, vice president of academic affairs and professor of psychology at Argosy University, Washington, DC presented on “Assessing Student Outcomes Effectively with Applied Assignments.” The keynote speaker was Dr. Beth Morling of the University of Delaware, who presented examples of ways to find and evaluate psychological information in the popular press, as part of her efforts to apply research methods in real-life and guide students on being educated consumers of research. Other sponsors include APA’s Board of Educational Affairs and the Psychology Department at PGCC.
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