Dr. Buchholz entertains alum at the 2013 departmental reception.
Alums hang out on Lucas balcony during the 2013 departmental reception.
Alum, Jenna French, smiles for the camera at the 2013 alumni reception. She is currently working on her Masters.
Dr. Nichols plays a game with students at the 2013 departmental reception.
Alums hang out at the departmental reception.
Dr. Pranzarone chats with alum, Andrew Cullen, at the 2013 departmental reception.
Dr. Early chats with alum at the 2013 departmental reception.
Alums pose for the camera at the 2013 departmental alumni reception.
Alums reconnecting at the 2013 departmental alumni reception.
Show me your funny face! Dr. Whitson, Kacy Dillon, Hazel Smitson, and Nikki Hurless hanging out at the 2013 alumni departmental alumni reception.
Dr. Buchholz, ABC Agent on Duty, hangs out with alums at the 2013 departmental reception, including his former research assistant Mike Bankert.
Amy Markol won the trivia contest at the 2013 departmental reception. She answered all the questions correctly, which included identifying dated pictures of faculty, knowing which faculty eloped, and summing the combined years of service of Drs. Lynch, Pranzarone, and Early (96, if anyone is counting).
Kim Kernan wins the prize for furthest distance traveled to attend the 2013 departmental reception alumni weekend.
Alums pose for the camera at the 2013 reception.
Dr. Nichols and Dr. Whitson pose with current student, Nikki Hurless, and alum, Madison Elliott. Both Nikki and Madison have taken advantage of research opportunities in the department. Madison is pursuing her M.A. in Clinical Psychology at Towson University.
Psych department faculty show off at the alumni reception.
Dr. Friedman poses with alum, Amy Markol. Amy is currently working at Social Services in Salem.
Allison Williams will be attending University of Tennessee-Knoxville next Fall. She is pursuing her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology..
Chava Urecki will attend Xavier University next Fall, pursuing a PsyD in Clinical Psychology.
Yuki Yamazaki will be attending Columbia University Teachers College next Fall. She is pursuing her Masters of Education and Masters of Arts in Psychological Counseling.
The Roanoke Psychology blog is dedicated to Dr. Curt Camac, former chair of the psychology department. Dr. Camac passed away on October 6, 2012. He was a full professor at the college. Curt was well loved by faculty and students alike and is responsible for the tremendous growth and well-being the department has experienced over the past decade. We hope to honor his memory by celebrating our successes and sharing our stories with you.
Dr. Camac’s obituary can be found here: http://www.johnmoakey.com/fh/obituaries/obituary.cfm?o_id=1713049&fh_id=12548. If you would like to share your story about how Dr. Camac influenced you, please contact us.