Ashland University psychology students were recently informed that their submitted abstracts were accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. This conference is held annually in Chicago, and this year's meeting will be from May 1-3 at the historic Palmer House Hilton. MPA is the oldest regional psychology association, and held its first meeting in 1926. Students that are presenting this year completed their research as part of (1) the Advanced Research in Psychology course (PSYC 310), (2) and independent study (PSYC 498), or (3) by serving as a research assistant to one of the faculty in the psychology department. Congratulations to the following students!