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Department of Psychology
Degrees Offered: Doctorate
Full-time Faculty: 53
Full-time Faculty Identifying as Community Psychologists: 10
# of Students Admitted Each Year: 5
Available Student Assistantships: Half-time research or teaching assistantships for entire time in program; includes competitive stipend, tuition waiver and health insurance.
The program focuses on training researchers. Graduates from the program are typically employed in government, education, healthcare, consulting and/or the nonprofit sector.
Living Community Psychology Features
Faculty have varied research interests across various social justice issues, including but not limited to health disparities, gender-based violence, HIV/AIDS, and juvenile delinquency. We have expertise in system science, dissemination & implementation science, multi-method research, and community based participatory action research.