Susan Hagen

Susan Hagen is press officer for social sciences, and covers psychology, brain and cognitive sciences, economics, history, political science, linguistics, anthropology, and River Campus Libraries.

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The Marshmallow Study Revisited

The Marshmallow Study Revisited

October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Children who experienced reliable interactions immediately before the marshmallow task waited on average four times longer—12 versus three minutes—than youngsters in similar but unreliable situations.

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Archive Captures 40 Years of the Gay Rights

Archive Captures 40 Years of the Gay Rights

October 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

When the University of Rochester’s Gay Liberation Front launched the Empty Closet in 1971, they knew that distributing a newspaper advocating “the freedom to love” same-sex partners was a radical act.

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Teen Moms Graduate from the Building Healthy Children Program

October 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

The ceremony includes one participant speaking about how BHC helped her and her family. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the graduates’ children will present their mothers with a surprise gift.

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EVENT: Experts Address HIV/AIDS Crisis Among African Americans

EVENT: Experts Address HIV/AIDS Crisis Among African Americans

September 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

The speakers will explore how racism, homophobia, poverty, politics, and other cultural factors contribute to the disproportionate spread of AIDS among communities of color.

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Concert to Celebrate Composer Karol Szymanowski

Concert to Celebrate Composer Karol Szymanowski

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Music and writings of Karol Szymanowski will be featured in a concert commemorating the 130th anniversary of the composer’s birthday and 75th anniversary of his death on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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Online archive provides window on progressive 19th century movements

Online archive provides window on progressive 19th century movements

September 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

A new online archive of the Post Family Papers reveals a Rochester family at the center of the abolition, woman’s suffrage, and temperance movements of the 1800s.

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Position of Provost to be Restructured

Position of Provost to be Restructured

June 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Peter Lennie to become Provost and Dean of Faculty of AS&E; Rob Clark to become Interim Senior Vice President for Research On June 14, the University of Rochester Board of Trustees approved a restructuring of the Provost’s position recommended by President Joel Seligman following Provost Ralph Kuncl’s appointment as President of the University of Redlands. Read […]

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Psychologist Honored with the 2012 Distinguished Career Award

Psychologist Honored with the 2012 Distinguished Career Award

June 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Reis is a pioneer in the study of close relationships who has helped advance the field for four decades.

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