Department of Psychology


Faculty and students in the Department of Psychology are engaged in broad-reaching research across fields of clinical psychology, rehabilitation and mental health counseling, industrial-organizational psychology, and more.

Faculty Research and Research Centers

The faculty of the Department of Psychology are active academics and practitioners in their fields, engaging in grant-funded research, publishing widely in prominent psychology journals, operating their own research labs, and, in some cases, working as mental health therapists and consultants. Visit our Faculty Research page to learn more about recent projects led by faculty members, or visit our Research Centers page to explore the centers and labs affiliated with our department.

Faculty Research Research Centers

Student Research

Our students have ample opportunities for applied learning through their involvement in ongoing faculty research projects, as well as their active participation in regional and national conferences, where they often present on their own work toward solving real world problems. Visit the Student Research page for more information.

Student Research