Friday, November 18, 2011

Interested in Studying Adult Development and Aging at the Graduate Level?

Cleveland State University and The University of Akron are currently recruiting students for our new joint Doctoral Program in Adult Development & Aging.  Psychology (or related) undergraduate majors interested in pursuing doctoral training in basic and/or applied research in Adult Development & Aging are encouraged to apply.  In addition to a survey course, statistics and research methodology coursework, students receive board training in the following areas: health psychology, cognitive aging, social development, neuropsychology, mental health and aging, and sensation and motor functioning.   
Attached is an informational flyer with additional details about the program.  Application deadline is January 1st (for both institutions).  Applicants should send transcripts; GRE scores; 3 letters of recommendation; and a cover letter. 
Please share this with other faculty and students who may be interested in applying.  For more information or questions, please contact Dr. Katherine Judge at (216)875-9751 or