AUSB PsyD student dissertation presentations open to the public

PsyD students Lynn Weirdsma, Dawn Montgomery, and Betsy Bates-Freed, will be presenting their dissertations, May 27, June 15 and 16. These presentations are free and open to the public. Presentations will be given at the 801 Garden Street campus.

Lynn Weirdsma , “The Effects of Electronic Communication on Committed Couples”, Friday, May 27th at noon.

Dawn Montgomery  “Life Experiences that Contributed to the Independence and Success in the Lives of Foster Care Alumni”, Wednesday, June 15th at noon.

Betsy Bates-Freed , “Work Interrupted: A Questionnaire Assessing the Relationship between Work-Related Distress and Psychological Adjustment to Cancer”, Thursday, June 16th at 3 pm.