Nichols Students Attend Psychology Conference

Six Nichols College students and their professors attended the Nov. 10 New England Psychological Association annual meeting at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The meeting included educational sessions on a range of psychology-related topics as well as several poster sessions. Pictured, from left to right: Christina Demalia, ’20; Professor Brian McCoy; Jessica Warner, ’21; Nicole Murray, ‘21 (in […]

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 Fischer, Nichols Reads Presents Lecture on ‘Surviving South African Apartheid,’ by Dr. Jeff McKee

Dr. Jeffrey McKee is a physical anthropologist at The Ohio State University and has worked and studied in South Africa. From 1986 to 1996, Dr. McKee served as a senior lecturer at the University of Witwatersrand Medical School in Johannesburg, South Africa. He comes to Nichols College Wednesday, Sept. 19, as part of the Fischer […]

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 Be Part of Live Studio Audience at WBZ ‘Talk the Vote’ Series, at Nichols Oct. 29

The 2018 midterm election will have a long-lasting effect on the Commonwealth and the nation. This fall there are many important races to watch in Massachusetts such as the Governor’s race, U.S. Senate race, and the congressional district races. We will be discussing all the issues from ballot questions to the gubernatorial race to keep […]

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 NASA Earth, Mashable Interview Prof. Mauri Pelto About Rapid Retreat of Glaciers

NASA Earth and Mashable interviewed Nichols College Professor Mauri Pelto, Ph.D., vice president for academic affairs, about his research into the rapid retreat of glaciers.   New islands are being left behind by rapidly retreating Arctic glaciers https://t.co/G0fKUdfALs pic.twitter.com/F1MtvFrhW8 — Mashable Australia (@mashableAU) September 6, 2018 “Snow Swamp” on Lowell Glacier https://t.co/XHBdd8I5WY #NASA — NASA […]

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