Tuesday February 6th, 2018 – Office will be closed from 10 am – 11:30 am
Monday February 12th, 2018 – Office will be closing at 2:45 pm
Monday February 19th, 2018 – Office will be closed all day (Presidents’ Day)
Wednesday February 21st, 2018 – Office will be closed from 9 am – 12 pm and will open at 1 pm
Statement on DACA
See below for information regarding a statement on DACA. The Psychology Department's position statement action committee (Professors: Oz Ayduk, Iris Mauss, Serena Chen, and Graduate Students: Jon Reeves, Vyoma Shah, Jen Pearlstien, and Paul Connor) would like as many signatures as possible before forwarding to the chancellor. They want to make sure all students, staff, and faculty have a chance to sign should they so choose.
Psych 99/199 Research
Completed forms must be turned in by February 14th in order to be processed by the February 16th add deadline (add without adviser’s approval).
NEW: The Developing Child - Summer Minor (Summer 2018)
The Developing Child is a new interdisciplinary, developmental science Summer Minor and Certificate, focused on children from birth to age 8. Integrating research, practice, and policy with problem-solving and implementation skills for the real world, the innovative coursework and practicum will enrich your approach to working with or on behalf of young children.
The courses offered to complete the Summer minor can be used towards fulfilling the Psychology Tier III requirements (including the Psych 149 seminar*) **
For more information on The Developing Child Summer minor, please click here.
* Only one seminar course can be used towards fulfilling the Tier III Psychology requirements
** Students who choose to participate in the minor can only have one overlapping course with the Psychology major
placeInternship and Volunteering Opportunities