Psychology graduates to offer key advice to students in virtual session

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Alumni participants include (from Alumni speakers Amanda Donlon, Leah Jackson, Jennifer Jodszuweit and Stephanie Thompson

Alumni participants include (from left) Dr. Amanda Donlon, Leah Jackson, Jennifer Jodszuweit and Stephanie Thompson.

Four Fredonia alumni will share highlights of their undergraduate careers and also summarize what they’ve done since earning Psychology degrees at Fredonia in a Zoom session, hosted by Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, on Thursday, April 1, at 8 p.m.

The quartet includes:

Dr. Amanda Donlon, ’08, B.A., Psychology; ’17, Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Hartford. Employed as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist at Stony Brook University.

Leah Jackson, ’13, B.A., Psychology; ’15, M.S., Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Western Kentucky University. Employed as a Director of Human Resources at Dollar General.

Jennifer Jodszuweit, ’05, B.A., Psychology and Political Science; 08,  M.S. School Psychology, Rochester Institute of Technology. Employed as a School Psychologist in Aurora, Colo.

Stephanie Thompson ’15, B.A., Psychology; ‘17, M.S.W., Social Work, Syracuse University. Currently a Licensed Social Worker.

“They will share some highlights of their undergraduate careers, talk about what they've been doing since graduating from Fredonia, and offer some advice to our current students based on their experiences,” said SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Jack Croxton, who also serves as Psi Chi advisor.

The free presentation can be accessed online.

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