Speakers for the 100th Anniversary Celebration & Building Opening
Gifford Weary, Department Chair welcomes distinguished guests, alumni, faculty, students, staff and guests to the 100th Anniversary Celebration on September 14, 2007.
Norman Anderson, CEO, American Psychological Association presents the Keynote Address "Is Psychology Still Relevant?"
Walter Mischel, Niven Professor of Humane Letters in Psychology, Columbia University and Ohio State University Alumnus (1956) opens the Plenary Session to address the issue of "Psychological Sciences in 5, 10, 20 Years"
Claude Steele, Lucy Stern Professor of Psychology, Stanford University and Ohio State University Alumnus (1971) continues the Plenary Session with his remarks regarding the future of Psychological Sciences
John Cacioppo, Tiffany & Margaret Blake Distinguished Service Professor,University of Chicago, Department of Psychology and Ohio State University Alumnus (1977) offers his outlook of the future during the Plenary Session
Joseph Alutto, Executive Vice President and Provost, Ohio State University officially announces the opening of the New Psychology Building
Paul Beck, Dean, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Ohio State University addresses the guests.
Michael Turvey, Board of Trustees’ Distinguished Professor, University of Connecticut and Ohio State University Alumnus (1967) presents "From S-R Learning to Perception-action and Self-organization: Reflections on Lessons I learned in Arps Hall" on Saturday, September 15, 2007
Michael Turvey is presented with the 2006 Distinguished Alumni Award by Gifford Weary, Department Chair
David Hothersall, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, Ohio State University presents "The First 50 Years of OSU Psychology"
James Naylor, Professor Emeritus and Former Department of Psychology Chair, Ohio State University shares his thoughts on "The Second 50 Years"