In 1892, Fr. Edward Pace returned from studying with Wilhelm Wundt in Leipzig and founded one of the first programs in the country devoted to the study of experimental psychology and the country’s first such laboratory at a Catholic university.
On Saturday, October 14, 2017, The Catholic University of America Department of Psychology celebrated its 125th anniversary. In Caldwell Hall, faculty, staff, and alumni of the department gathered for a full day of activities, including three alumni panels, and a keynote address from the creator of the acclaimed children's television program Blue's Clues, Angela C. Santomero, B.A. 1990.
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Thank you, alumni!
We thank everyone who made this event a success. We make special note of the alumni who spoke:
- Angela C. Santomero, B.A. 1990
- Cheryl Boyce, B.A. 1991
- Elizabeth Van Winkle, Ph.D. 2010
- John F. Curry, M.A. 1973, Ph.D. 1978
- Scott J. Hunter, B.A. 1986
- Ali Mattu, M.A. 2008
- Rob Molloy, Ph.D. 1996
- Alice O'Toole, B.A. 1983
- Celine Saulnier, B.A. 1993
- Steve Spruill, Ph.D. 1981
Published on: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Campaign Theme: Faculty Excellence
Tags: Psychology, Notable Alumni