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Romano discusses peace psychology at award-winning symposium

John RomanoJohn Romano, professor in the Department of Educational Psychology (Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology) presented at the 2010 American Psychological Association Convention in San Diego at a symposium that received the Best Interdivisional Symposium Award sponsored by Division 48 (Peace Psychology) and at least one other APA division. The award is given to increase and apply psychological knowledge to advance theory, research, and/or applications in peace psychology. The symposium was titled "Peace Work--A Road Less Traveled by Counseling Psychologists." Romano reported on the impact of his Peace Corps experience and the internationalization of counseling psychology.

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