The Department of Psychology is a complex community with many individuals working in a variety of capacities to achieve a strong environment for research, teaching, and service. Our mission is to educate students from first-year undergraduates to final year Ph.D. students and it takes many people working in harmony together to generate the positive outcome we believe we continue to achieve.
We currently have 32 faculty members providing both graduate and undergraduate courses as well as engaging in a diverse array of research activities. Our graduate program is also supported by emeritus faculty members who have retired from our program and continue to support it in a variety of ways. We are also fortunate to have a large group of adjunct faculty members who typically have full-time jobs as psychologists and provide additional supervision and teaching resources for the Department.
We have four Departmental secretaries and one information technology specialist who are available to facilitate the work of both our students and are faculty. We feel quite fortunate to have the group of individuals we have available to make the day to day operations of the Department flow smoothly.
Finally, we have several student groups which have proven to be excellent resources for our students. Undergraduates are encouraged to be part of the Psychology Students' Association. Graduate Students are encouraged to volunteer to be part of the Psychology Graduate Council and to take advantage of the resources offered by the Graduate Student Society.