Psychology majors: Celebrate second semester by joining us at our Winter Warm-Up Party! All Psychology students are welcome to attend the party in PS 35 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM on Thursday, January 22. We will be making crafts, singing karaoke, and enjoying a hot chocolate bar with lots of other yummy snacks. Hope to see you there! Please register for this event.
Dr. Amelia Aldao will be presenting her research on emotion regualtion at our Psychology Enrichment Program event on Wednesday, January 28 at 5:00 PM in Psychology Building (PS) room 35. All interested psychology students are encouraged to attend. This is a great opportunity to meet a psychology faculty member outside of the classroom and learn about cutting edge psychological research that is being conducted right here at Ohio State! Please register for this event.
Are you thinking about doing research with a psychology faculty member? Dr. Alisa Paulsen will be moderating a panel of undergraduate students with lots of research experience in our Psychology Enrichment Program event on Tuesday, February 17 from 4:00 - 6:00 PM in PS 35 to help you answer questions like: Have you had a difficult time finding a lab or getting your emails answered? What do you actually DO in a research lab? What is a thesis and how much work is involved in that? Come get the answers to these questions and more! Please register for this event.
Welcome back, Psychology majors! It's cold out there, but it is Spring semester! So what's new and exciting in the Department of Psychology this semester? Check out our newsletter for all the latest and greatest info!
If you are taking Psychology 2220 (Data Analysis in Psychology) in Spring semester, make sure to visit the Learning Lab. It's a great place to do your homework, study for tests, and get clarification on concepts from our friendly and knowledgeable Peer Experts. Check out our new hours for Spring 2015!
The Department of Psychology hosted its 18th Annual Undergraduate Research Colloquium on Monday, December 8, 2014 from 4:00-6:00pm in the Psychology Building lobby. Student researchers presented their research in the form of an academic poster session. Students had the option of having their poster and presentation judged by lecturers and graduate students from the Department of Psychology. Thank you to all who participated and attended, and congratulations to our winners!
Interested in exploring careers with a Psychology degree? Want to connect with alumni to learn more about their career paths and expertise? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then check out our Ask an Alum Program!
The Undergraduate Advising Office assists students in answering questions regarding the undergraduate program in psychology,
considering career options, applying to graduate school, facilitating involvement in the major, and encouraging choices
leading to successful completion of a degree in psychology.