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Phoenix Area Alumni Reception Featuring Janet Davidson

Date: 6:00pm PST March 8, 2016

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Enjoy drinks and hors d’ouevre with fellow alumni and one of L&C’s outstanding professors - Associate Professor of Psychology Janet Davidson

Professor Davidson will present
“Who You Have Been and Who You Will Be.” 

Tuesday, March 8, 6 p.m.

Reception and presentation
In the home of Barbara West Whitaker ’74 in Peoria.
Barbara’s home address and additional information will be sent in the event confirmation email.

 

Event Registration

The cost of the event is $15, which includes drinks and hors d’ouevres. Call our office main line at 503.768.7950 if you encounter any problems with the online registration or have any questions.

More on the Presentation

Human development occurs at an amazing rate, often without effort, formal instruction, or guidance. It also begins at conception and continues throughout the entire lifespan. “Who You Have Been and Who You will Be” weaves together Jean Piaget’s and Erik Erikson’s theories in order to highlight the milestones that are typically accomplished during each developmental stage.  The goals are to help you discover what it means to develop, the many ways you have already changed, and the future achievements you can expect.

More on the Speaker

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Janet Davidson was the 2013 David Savage Award winner. The award is given to a tenured faculty member whose vision and sustained service to the college advance the general academic and intellectual welfare of our community of teachers and scholars. The work of this faculty member reflects the selfless ethic demonstrated over the years by Dr. David Savage, who provided a model of inspirational leadership, tireless support, and genuine respect for his colleagues.

She has also been Lewis & Clark’s teacher of the year and in 2013 received the Impact Award from the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Professor Davidson has been at Lewis & Clark more than 25 years.

Area of Specialty: Developmental Psychology

Research
Individual differences

Cognitive development

Insight in problem solving

Creativity and intelligence

Metacognition and skill acquisition

Academic Credentials
Ph.D. 1989, M.Phil. 1987, M.S. 1985 Yale University, B.S. 1975 University of Washington