Arkansas Symposium for Psychology Students

ASPS Attendees 2009


Hendrix ASPS Attendees 2009

The Arkansas Symposium for Psychology Students is a conference designed to give Arkansas undergraduate students the opportunity to present their research in a relaxed, academic setting. The conference presents all psychology students with the opportunity to network and gain an understanding of the work and ambitions of their peers.

ASPS was conceived and organized by Drs. Ralph McKenna of Hendrix and Randy Smith of Ouachita Baptist College in 1983, and in the spring of 1984 met at Hendrix for the first undergraduate research symposium ever held in Arkansas.  The symposium hosts students from all over the state at a different school each year. 

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