As we prepare for the 2020 Fall semester, please keep in mind the amended Academic Calendar, giving us the advantage of having as few students as possible on campus during peak flu season (mid-November through early February). The spring semester calendar introduces the opportunity for an innovative and creative three-week intensive course in January and reduces the student course load at one time.
For more information, please check out the Registrar‘s page. We look forward to seeing all of our current students, as well as meeting all of our new students!
Due to the disruption of classes this semester, the 2 semester senior comp due date will be extended to April 6th and the 1 semester comp due date will be extended to April 13th. If you have any questions, please contact your senior comp advisor. Comps will be due via email to your 1st and 2nd reader, as well as the building coordinator, email@example.com, as a PDF file using the file name “student last name_senior project”. Comps must be received via email by 5 pm on the due date.
There will be an Info Session for all Psych & Neuro juniors comping next year that plan to work with a comp advisor in Carnegie Hall.
Thursday, March 12th from 12:20 pm – 1:20 pm in Carnegie Hall room 110.
You MUST fill out this form by March 23rd! This form allows you to select your top 3 picks of comp advisors.
Comp Proposal Meeting 03-12-20
Great resource for job and internship opportunities!
For Undergraduate Students and Recent Graduates Seeking Full-Time or Summer Employment
PSYCHOLOGY JOB AND INTERNSHIPS
This site is maintained by Dr. Camilla McMahon at Miami University.
Join us at the Psi Chi / Psychology picnic on Wednesday, October 2nd at the Bicentennial Plaza (rain location is Schultz East Alcove) from 4-5:30 PM for all psychology students.
Get to know members of the Psychology Department. There will be plenty of sweet treats and drinks!
We hope to see you all there!
Psychology Department Fall Picnic!
FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH, 2019
PIZZA AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED!
Congratulations to Dr. Ryan Pickering, who is the next vice chair of APA’s Committee on Socioeconomic Status. For more information please click here:
Critical citizenship within higher education: Challenging a system which we uphold
Dr. Ryan M. Pickering and Dr. Darren R. Bernal
Come join Psi Chi and Sigma Tau Delta in unveiling the Oddfellows House of Horror on Friday, November 2nd! Walk through the spooky building from 7-8 pm or come in for a zombie survival game from 8-10 pm. Admission is free of charge but we will be accepting donations to the Alec Dale Fund and the Meadville Public Library.