Faculty Roundtable With Professor Sandee McClowry

Monday, November 30, 2009

Join Professor Sandee McClowry for a Faculty Roundtable on Tuesday, December 1 at 10:00 am on the fifth floor of Pless Hall.

Professor McClowry is a full time professor in the Applied Psychology department. Professor
McClowry's interests include temperament-based intervention for elementary school children and their parents and teachers, as well as school-based interventions for inner city children. Professor McClowry's research project INSIGHTS is an effective, multi-level intervention that deals with the child behavior problems that concern parents, teachers, and school administrators. Professor McClowry uses puppets such as Gregory the Grump to teach children better ways to improve their own interactions with parents, teachers, and friends. Come to our faculty roundtable to learn about temperament based learning and the field research Professor McClowry is conducting. Learn about your temperament and understand how it relates to us as future psychologists, educators, speech pathologists, nutritionists, musicians, artists, and communicators.

To read more about Professor McClowry's research project INSIGHTS, please visit: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/insights/.

Please RSVP to Allie Gerba at ahg262@nyu.edu if you would like to attend this Faculty Roundtable on Tuesday, December 1st at 10:00 am.

See you there!