News & Announcements Archive

Tammy Tran 2017 Lasker Essay Contest Winner

The Lasker Essay Contest invites young scientists to discuss the big questions in science, and the role of biomedical research in our society today. This year they asked participants to use at least one specific example to propose ways in which breakthroughs in biomedical research can be made part of the daily global dialogue, so […]

Fall 2017 Crash Course in Psych Courses

Still deciding which courses to take in the Fall? Want to know more about the rigor and content BEFORE you enroll? Join us on Tuesday, 3/28 from 4:30-6:00 pm in Hodson Hall, 2nd floor lobby for pizza & casual conversation as Psychology majors and minors share their hints, impressions & secrets to success in the […]

Undergraduate Travel Grants Available

Travel grants are available to undergraduate students who are majors and minors in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. Students who are an author on a conference poster or paper presentation are eligible to apply for the travel grant.

Psychology Undergraduate Holiday Party

Bring your Holiday Cheer!  Join us for cookie decorating, snacks and drinks, t-shirt giveaway and psychology fun on Thursday, December 8th in Levering Hall, Sherwood Room from 6:00-8:30 pm. Please RSVP at the following link:

Spring 2017 Crash Course in Psych Courses

The Psychology Undergraduate Steering Committee & Mentor Program will be hosting our “Crash Course in Psychology Courses” event Friday, November 4th from 4:00-5:30 pm in the Hodson Hall, 1sr floor lobby. If you are still deciding on which courses to take or would like to know more about the rigor and content BEFORE you enroll, […]

OCT 5 | Clinical Advising Seminar

Join us on at 5PM on 10/5 to learn about navigating and succeeding in the application process for graduate school in clinical psychology and related fields. Targeted at seniors, but all class years are welcome.

Congratulations to Ball Lab alumni Dr. Tyler Stevenson

Dr. Tyler Stevenson, A&S ’11, will receive the Michael Harbuz Prize for Young Investigators at the Society for Behavioral Neuroscience’s annual conference, awarded to honor the memory of and contribution to neuroendocrinology of Dr Michael Harbuz, and to recognize an outstanding member of the emerging generation of neuroendocrinologists.

What free will looks like in the brain

Dr. Susan Courtney’s latest research on decision-making and brain activity will be published in the journal Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics.