A chance for the students to present the research that they have conducted over the semester.
Theories about chemical interactions can be expressed in the language of mathematics. Can theories about the decisions the chemist makes also be expressed mathematically? Learn more . . .
Beginning in the Fall of 2013 the Department will offer a Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Clinical Psychological Science program. This program provides rigorous training in the scientific approach to clinical psychology, emphasizing evidence-based psychological assessment and intervention. Students will be exposed to contemporary theories of clinical disorders and empirically supported interventions for the treatment of these disorders. The program is designed for working professionals and will prepare students for a range of careers in mental health and related areas (including research and education) and can serve as academic preparation for those interested in pursuing further doctoral training in clinical or counseling psychology. For more information on the MPS program please follow this link.
The Department of Psychology is excited to announce a new training opportunity for mental health professionals! The Graduate Certificate of Professional Studies in Working with Survivors of Violence, Torture, and Trauma (VTT): Theoretical Foundations and Mental Health is designed for psychologists, counselors, family therapists, or social workers seeking to develop or enhance knowledge related to serving survivors of trauma and/or torture. The 12‐credit, four‐course, fully online program is open to students with a master's or doctoral degree in psychology, counseling, social work, or related fields from an accredited institution. Courses may also fulfill continuing education and licensure requirements. For more information, please follow this link.
Our students are publishing and we want to share their publications with you! So next time you are going to a meeting in the big conference room or just walking down the hall, stop and check out the bulletin board located next to the entrance to 1142. The Graduate Office will be posting student publications there. Of course, there isn't room to
show the entire publication, but the cover page will be there and we will highlight a link to the article so that you can read it in its entirety later. New publications we will be posted every few weeks.