Campus Representative Programs

The Div. 35 campus representatives coordinated exciting programs on their respective campuses. Some were ongoing; others were one-time events. Explore a sampling of events from the 2013-2014 school year.


Name of Campus Representative

Title of Event

Description of Event

Emily Barnum, Ball State University 

Putting the Sensual Back in Consensual

Emily Barnum organized a panel discussing sexual assault. Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE), the office of student rights, counselors and victim advocates discussed safer sex practices as well as sexual assault information.

Nina Silander, Regent University

"Modern Day Slavery" Movie Screening

Nina Silander invited a law school professor and two members (including director and co-founder) of the Virginia Beach Justice Initiative to offer more information on human trafficking as well as facilitate group discussion after the screening.

Carlie D. Trott, Colorado State University

Interest Meeting: Setting up a local Association for Women in Psychology chapter

Carlie Trott established a local/regional Association for Women in Psychology chapter. At its first event, the new members presented recent research/practice, provided food and collaboratively formed a mission statement. By establishing this event, members created a space for feminist psychologists in Colorado to connect and collaborate.

Noelany Pelc, Texas Woman's University

Feminist Mythbusting

Students participated in experiential activities of generating terms, words, phrases, stereotypes and images of how feminists are depicted and listened to a panel of five to six individuals who shared about their feminist journey. Panelists answered questions and facilitated discussion. Students received information about what research shows about individuals who are feminists and feminist identity development (e.g., most feminists do not hold "man-hating" views) and processed their reactions to these findings.

Samantha Christopher, Texas Tech University

Weekly Reading Group

Samantha Christopher held a feminist reading group two times a month with the aim of graduate students in psychology pulling interesting feminist readings (theory and therapy readings) together to discuss and process. Their reading group met on the first Saturday of the month to allow the opportunity for others to join them. The group collected articles and book chapters in a shared Dropbox and also maintained a Facebook page.

Jameta N. Barlow, North Carolina State University 

"Modern Day Slavery" Movie Screening

Jameta Barlow co-sponsored the film screening with North Carolina State University’s Women's Center and African American Cultural Center. 

Lisa Hoyman& Victoria Wu, Palo Alto University

Women's Reproductive Health Seminar

Lisa Hoyman and Victoria Wu organized a seminar focused on educating student clinicians on women's reproductive health issues. 

Katy Haynes Owen, University of Kentucky 

Empowerment Feminist Therapy and CBT Workshop

Katy Owen co-led a two-day workshop for counseling psychology graduate students at the University of Kentucky with Pam Remer, PhD, about integrating empowerment feminist therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.

Jessica Joseph, New School for Social Research

“Embodiment(s) in the Therapy Room:
(How) Clients and Therapists Negotiate the Material Body” Day Conference

Acknowledging that subjectivities (of both the clients and the therapists) are never disembodied or detached from our physicality, this conference fostered a discussion about how corporeal experiences are perceived by each member of the therapeutic relationship and influence therapeutic process. A diverse group of experts started the conference, speaking on subject matters such as transgender experiences, dis/ability, race and ethnicity, "alternative" sexualities and size/shape diversity. Speakers included Danielle Sheypuk, PhD; Griffin Hansbury, MA, LCSW; and Joanne Clark, LCSW. The second portion of the conference was dedicated to experiential breakout sessions run by the panelists. The day concluded with a discussion of the themes and experiences from the individual breakout sessions. The attendees left with an expanded understanding of their own embodiments, how they interact with their embodied clients as well as a framework for challenging and broadening clinical training and case conceptualizations.