Psychology department’s “Crafts and Conversation” in LeBauer Park

Posted on August 02, 2017

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The UNCG Department of Psychology’s Development and Understanding of Children’s Knowledge (D.U.C.K.) lab has a developed a partnership with Greensboro Downtown Parks / LeBauer Park called “Crafts & Conversation,” which is an opportunity for families to engage with UNCG research.

Every other Saturday at 11 a.m., the research team makes craft activities available to kids and families at a table in the park. The D.U.C.K. lab’s team of graduate and undergraduate students help prepare the crafts and guide children as the directors of the lab, UNCG psychology professors Dr. Janet Boseovski and Dr. Stuart Marcovitch, are on-hand to discuss child development with parents. The next “Crafts and Conversation” will be this Saturday, August 5, and future dates appear on the Greensboro Downtown Parks calendar.

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