Psychology Students, Faculty Attend Inspiring Women Scientists Conference

Tasmiha Khan ’12, Sandy Durosier ’13, Adela Ramirez ‘13 and Mariah Schug, visiting assistant professor of psychology, attended the Inspiring Women Scientists conference Sept. 24 at CUNY.

Tasmiha Khan ’12 made a poster presentation on her research during the Inspiring Women Scientists conference Sept. 24 at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center.

Tasmiha Khan ’12, left, explains her research.

She represented Wesleyan, while presenting her research “Responses to Devaluation among American-Muslims,” co-created by Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera, assistant professor of psychology. Khan focuses her research on ethnic minorities/feminine honor.

Mariah Schug, visiting assistant professor of psychology, accompanied Khan at the conference.

Sandy Durosier ’13, Adela Ramirez ‘13 and Mariah Schug, visiting assistant professor of psychology, also attended the conference.