Graduate Student Training
One of the Psychology Department commitments in education is to create well-round, educated, and diverse students. Our students are highly committed to advanced education in their fields as well as ethics and self-care. Education is received through traditional means including course work and lectures. Students also receive education through frequent department program and mentorship relationships with department faculty.
Students are expected to attend two colloquium per semester and are invited to participate in other programming including annual Allies on Campus Workshops, brown bag meetings on various topics including preparing for internship applications and managing your finances, department socials, and workshops including the Society of Indian Psychologists Convention.
Attending department programming and events offers students and faculty from across programs to connect and network on topics in and outside of their fields. To encourage the building of relationships and department culture, the community has biannual socials with fun themes including a salsa cook-off and s’mores challenge.
Colloquium Dates & Speakers
November 12, 2019 | Dr. Roger Vilardaga - Duke University
January 14, 2020 | Dr. Kevin Grimm - Arizona State Unviersity
February 4, 2020 | Dr. Marion Forgatch - Oregon Socail Learning Center
April 14, 2020 | Dr. Jennifer Vonk - Oakland University
Brown Bag Dates & Topics/Speakers
October 8, 2019 | Fellowships & Grants
February 12, 2020 | Career Preparation - Inside of Academia
March 10, 2020 | Career Preparation - Outside of Academia
ACT Workshops Dates
April 18, 2020
Fall 2020 TBA
SIP Convention Date & Link
https://sipconvention.org/ | June 26-30, 2020