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High School Teachers Chosen for Psychology Advisory Panel
OCK HILL, S.C. -
Twelve psychology teachers
across South Carolina were recently selected for a statewide teacher advisory panel of T
he South Carolina Psychological Science Youth Connection (Project pSyC).
They are: Stephanie Yancey, The Academy for Arts, Science, and Technology in Myrtle Beach; Jennifer Weitekamper, Hilton Head High School; John Shipman, Sumter High School; Gary Robinette, Woodruff High School; Dan Parent, South Aiken High School; Ramsey Hill, West Florence High School; Cathy Griffin, Northwestern High, Rock Hill; Cathy Love, York Comprehensive High School; Sarah Bowers, Dreher High School; Jennifer Smith, Spring Valley High School; Stephen Beitz, Easley High School; and Paige Austell, Wando High School in Mount Pleasant.
helps the state’s high school students firmly connect psychology, science, and self. The project is being led by
Winthrop University’s Department of Psychology
through a grant from the American Psychological Foundation.
The panel will work with the Project pSyC team to clearly communicate psychology’s scientific foundation and its many career options to talented youth in South Carolina. For more information, contact Timothy Daugherty, associate professor of psychology at Winthrop, at 803/323-2640 or at
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