Applying to one of our psychological graduate programs?
The U of A Experimental and Clinical psychology doctoral programs are no longer requiring the GRE for admissions. However, we encourage students to consider submitting GRE scores in order to be eligible for university-wide doctoral fellowships. More information can be found here.
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News and Events
Colloquim! Dr. Donna Garcia, Professor of Psychology at Cal-State San Bernadino, will give an in-person talk on Friday, April 22nd at 3:30pm in Memorial Hall Rm 242. The talk is tentatively titled "Evidence-based Approaches to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Academy."
Applying to Graduate School? The Diversity Committee is hosting a panel discussion on applying to graduate school on Friday, April 15th from 2-3pm in the Student Success Center Room 213. Come hear from students who recently went through the grad school application process and get tips, tricks and advice they wish they'd known before applying!
We Are Psyched for "I am Psyched!" The Department of Psychological Science is proud to host APA's I Am Psyched! exhbit. The exhibit explores the history of women in color in psychology by bringing the contributions of women of color forward: past, present, and future. This interactive exhibit will be available to view from February 1 to February 14, 2022. More info can be found here.
Congratulations to Dr. Stacey Makhanova! She received a $168,396 grant from the Social Psychology program of the National Science Foundation to examine how immune system activity affects people's social perception. Many people go to work when they are feeling a little bit under the weather and make important social decisions. This research uses an experimental approach to mimic people getting sick in a safe and controlled way by giving participants the seasonal flu vaccine, and then measuring different social perceptions. People interested in participating can get more information at https://sparklab.uark.edu/flushotstudy/
The department hosted a conference focused on Diversity Science in the Spring of 2018. Please see the conference page for more information.