Psychology Colloquium Series

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Speakers: Dr. Laura Logozzo & Dr. Sam Woodman from the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Lethbridge

Title: Workshop: Publication-ready figures in R ggplot2

Special Instructions

We want this tutorial to be hands-on, doing the tutorial and writing the code with us as we go. In order to facilitate this, please make sure you have R and RStudio downloaded/set up ahead of time, along with the following packages downloaded: ggplot2, ggpubr, and ggpmisc.

Attendees are also encouraged to have a look at the tutorial document: We are not going to go through everything in this document, so don't worry about it being super long!


Laura Logozzo is an aquatic biogeochemist with a background in dissolved organic matter cycling in rivers and wetlands. She received her PhD from Yale University in 2022 and her master’s from the City College of New York in 2017. She has used field-, lab-, and modelling-based approaches to characterize carbon and iron coupling, the effects of iron on organic matter optical indices, and coastal wetland carbon loss. Laura is now a postdoctoral fellow at ULethbridge with Dr. Matt Bogard, where she studies aquatic greenhouse gas cycling and carbon storage in wetlands and rivers in the Canadian Prairies.

Sam Woodman completed a BSc Hons. in Environmental Sciences at the University of Lethbridge in 2015. Throughout his undergrad he also conducted research on riparian ecology, behavioural toxicology and parasitology. Following his undergraduate degree he attended the University of Cambridge where he completed a PhD in Plant Sciences focusing on the effects of forest disturbances on the connections between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Currently he is working as a postdoctoral fellow with Dr. Matt Bogard to determine the tradeoffs between carbon sequestration and biodiversity in prairie wetlands.

This workshop can be attended in person (SA 8003) or via Zoom (

Presented by the Department of Psychology and the PSYENCE Publishing Society


Room or Area: 
SA 8003


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