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YUTSPA 2022 at York University

YUTSPA 2022 at York University

Congratulations to all of the presenters at YUTSPA Conference held May 10th at Schulich School of Business at York University! YUTSPA is an annual conference where the latest research being conducted by graduate students in the social and personality areas at York and at the University of Toronto is showcased. This year four graduate students from York presented.

Ronda Lo presenting on her talk titled The Re-Emergence of Yellow Peril: Beliefs in the Asian Health Hazard Stereotype Predict Lower Psychological Wellbeing
Alisha Salerno presenting on her talk titled Police Response to Autistic Persons: An Attributional Framework
Memoona Arshad presenting on her talk titled Social Class and Prestige Expectation
Elysia Vaccarino presenting her talk titled What Does Someone Who Stands Up To Bias Look Like? Mental Representation of Women and Men Who Confront Sexism

Congratulations are also in order for Stephanie Raposo who was awarded the 2022 Sandra Pyke Award and Joshua Quinlan who was awarded the 2021 Sandra Pyke Award, which is given to students who demonstrate graduate student excellence!

Amazing job, everyone!