The Master’s of Science program in Psychological Science at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania is currently accepting applications for Fall 2018. This program is a traditional two-year Master’s program, with three possible exit strategies: (1) Thesis, (2) field experience with an emphasis in data analysis OR applied behavior analysis, or (3) a comprehensive examination based on coursework taken. All of the on-campus graduate courses are taught by faculty holding doctoral degrees, and graduate assistantships are available, both within our department and across the university. Full-time assistantships provide full tuition reimbursement as well as an hourly stipend. Faculty areas of focus include behavior analysis, cognitive/human factors, developmental psychology, experimental psychology, social psychology, and statistical analysis. More information about can be found HERE. In addition, they offer a nationally-approved coursework sequence for those interested in board-certification in behavior analysis (www.bacb.com), with a new cohort beginning in May 2018. Interested students should contact Kathryn Potoczak, Coordinator of the program, at email@example.com.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Monday, November 13, 2017
Thursday, November 9, 2017
The master's program in experimental psychology at Saint Joseph's University is a full-time program designed to provide students with a solid grounding in the scientific study of psychology. All students in the program are assigned to a mentor and conduct an empirically based research thesis under his/her direction. Saint Joseph's will be hosting a virtual (online) open house on Monday, November 13th at 11:30. Information on how to attend the open house can be found HERE. Complete details about our program are available HERE.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Hey Psychology majors and minors -- this is Dr. Metzger writing this blog post. I wanted to clue you in on an outstanding opportunity that you won't want to miss if you've ever considered studying abroad -- the AU in Germany program. I was lucky enough to participate in this trip on four different occasions, and I served as the director of this program for three of those four years. In essence, this is a four week experience with three of those four weeks taking place in eastern Germany. Students take two core classes in the program (see below), and thus earn 6 credits toward their studies. Eastern Germany has some of the most beautiful landscapes and architecture in all of Europe, and you won't be sorry if you decide to make this trip. There will be an additional information meeting on November 13th at 5:00pm in Bixler 209, and if you can't make this meeting feel free to contact Rebecca Parillo in the Global Education office.
SOC 340: Marriage and Family Relationships (Soc Sci)
PHYS 350: Science as a Cultural Force - Making of the Atomic Bomb (Nat Sci or Human)
MUS 225: Musical Style (Aesth)
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Fatima Bratton, HCM Senior Analyst, has posted multiple vacancy announcements for full-time Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor positions, headquartered in Ashtabula, Allen, Clark, Clermont, Franklin, Guernsey, Licking, Lucas, Richland, and Ross Counties. The working hours for these positions are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., subject to management discretion. The postings will close on 11/12/2017 at 11:59 p.m. These positions are open to both internal and external applicants. To apply, click the links above, or go to http://careers.ohio.gov, click on Search for State of Ohio Government Jobs, click the drop down arrow next to Filter, click on Department, scroll down and click on Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities under the Department heading, click on the X to close the Department list, and then click on the job title of the position. Reach out to Fatima at Fatima.Foster-Bratton@OOD.Ohio.gov or 614.438.1417 if you would like additional information on these employment opportunities.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
The University of Michigan’s Program in Survey Methodology (MPSM) is an exciting graduate program that combines aspects of psychology, sociology, statistics, and information and data science to provide training in topics relevant to the understanding of human populations. The program offers PhD and MS degrees through the University of Michigan. The program's home is the Institute for Social Research, the world's largest academically-based social science research institute.
Students who graduate from this program can pursue careers in public health, business, public policy, consulting, and academics. Everyone is familiar with political polling, but survey methodologists also help with understanding the spread of disease, the risk of transportation injuries, the lifetime antecedents to a healthy old age, the marketing for new and existing products, among many, many career paths.
The application deadline for this program is January 1, 2018. Please contact Patsy Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions you may have.
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Dr. Curt Ickes, Associate Professor Psychology, presented at the 32nd Annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference which was held in Orlando, Florida. The title of his presentation was Designing and Implementing a Mental Game Training Program for Smaller Colleges and Universities. Key aspects included ways to overcome challenges such as gaining program support and developing an efficient and effective design. Also, a model emphasizing a multi-level approach to delivering mental game training to collegiate athletes at smaller institutions was given. Dr. Ickes works with Ashland University athletes including the baseball, softball, and swimming and diving teams. He also teaches the sport psychology class (PSYC 280).
Monday, October 23, 2017
The Ashland University Career Services Center will present 21 Suggestions for College Freshmen on Thursday, October 26th at 6:00pm in the Student Center Auditorium. Lenroy Jones, Executive Director of the Center will talk about ways to make college a life-changing experience for you! Please consider attending (even if you're not a freshman)....refreshments will follow in the Career Services Center. Hope to see you there!
Friday, October 13, 2017
The University of Akron and Cleveland State University offer a joint doctoral program in the psychology of Adult Development and Aging. This unique program is one of the few Adult Development and Aging Ph.D. programs in the country – and the only one in Ohio. Psychology undergraduate majors and individuals who have a master’s degree interested in pursuing doctoral training in basic and/or applied research in Adult Development and Aging are encouraged to apply. Click HERE for more information about this program. Applications are due January 15, 2018.
All ADA graduate students have been fully funded (tuition + stipend) since 2009
Successful job placement for graduates of the program
Link with Cleveland and Akron area medical and research institutes
Students are prepared to work in various roles in research, teaching, and applied settings
Friday, September 29, 2017
The Career Services Center will be hosting a LinkedIn Workshop on Tuesday, October 3rd at 6:30pm in the Student Center Auditorium. The workshop will feature Tom Poole, Senior Vice President and Talent Acquisition Manager for the Huntington National Bank. Learn ways that you can build a professional on-line presence at this workshop!