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Psychology family

  • You are not a number. We know all our students by their names.
  • Class size is small and allows active learning and participation.
  • We love our students and provide quality mentoring.
  • We are a close-knit department/family.
  • We are student-focused and believe in helping students grow.
  • We listen to our students and help them achieve their dreams.
  • We are fun and positive.
  • We have a well-designed curriculum that is flexible enough for students to create their own unique experiences at Stevenson (e.g., Psychology + Professional Minor).
  • There are field placement and internship opportunities for students.
  • Students are getting an excellent education from us.

Did you know? (Data from the 2017-2018 academic year)

  • 100% of our students who applied to graduate programs were accepted into at least one program.
  • 55% of our students went directly into graduate programs. That’s more than twice the national average!
  • 95% of our graduates who were seeking employment secured jobs within 2 months.
  • 38% of university-wide graduation awards were won by Psychology majors.
  • 100% of our students presented their scholarly work in a professional setting.
  • 100% of our students complete a professional internship before graduating.

#SuccessYouCanMeasure #WeAreTheBest

Pictures from the Psychology Student Showcase are posted on our social media pages. For more photos, please check our Facebook (Stevenson University Psychology Department) for the full album. Others can be seen on our Twitter and Instagram accounts (SUPsychDept). Congratulations everyone for all your hard work during this past semester!

Active Minds and Psychology club are collaborating on Stress Less Week! 

Monday, April 23rd: Art Therapy from 6-8pm in the Lynn Duncan Room.

Wednesday, April 25th: Yoga from 11-2pm in Wooded Way.

Thursday, April 26th: Cathartic Writing from 6-8pm in the Lynn Duncan Room.

Friday, April 27th: Pets on Campus from 11-12pm in Science Center 109.

 

Stop by and bring some friends! 

This is just a reminder that tonight, Tuesday, April 17th Jane Lutken will be speaking on ​"Syntactic Creativity: What We Can Learn About Language Acquisition From Children's Errors." The event will be at 6PM in the back half of Rockland Banquet Room.​

We look forward to seeing you there!
TONIGHT from 5-7 PM in Ratcliffe, Active Minds and Best Buddies will collaborate on a speakers series event! Hannah Grice will discuss her experiences living with an eating disorder and Jorge Tirigall will discuss his experiences living with a disability. Active Minds will be providing pizza, so be sure to arrive early to get a slice!
 
 
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