November 2022

It’s time for our annual Year in Review! As we look back on each month of the academic year, the MSP community can reflect on the changes and growth we have experienced since September, both individually and as a community. Here’s a look at highlights from November 2022.

We celebrated civic engagement with our MSP Votes campaign.
We hosted a film screening of "The Last Days of Chinatown" and had a Q&A session with the documentarian Nicole MacDonald on November 4th.
Due to its popularity, the structural racism programming committee hosted a second Not That Funny event on November 10th.
Dr. Erin White (MA ’18, PsyD ’22) presented on her dissertation about gentrification in Detroit.

Other Highlights from November:

Returning PsyD students shared their tips and tricks for life at MSP during a panel presentation on November 6th. 

The Psi Chi chapter at MSP hosted the first Paper to Proposal Workshop of the year on November 9th. 

We welcomed staff from HAVEN for training on consent on November 19th.

Dr. Farrell hosted Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Q&A sessions on November 15th and 29th. 

ECO hosted a food drive to benefit CARES of Farmington Hills

Blogs: We learned how to prioritize spiritual wellness, we announced the 2022-2023 structural racism programming series, current students and alumni shared their experience working with veterans, we celebrated Native American Heritage Month, and Dr. Nicole Budry-Law was in the faculty spotlight.