Years from now when I look back at Ole Miss and what it means to me … anything I’ve learned as a clinician, anything I’ve learned as a researcher, … [Read More...]
Kristen Hymel got goose bumps the first time she stepped on the University of Mississippi campus as an undergraduate. Her family has a strong … [Read More...]
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When Laura Johnson returned from her first trip to Africa---a yearlong study in Kenya as a University of Mississippi junior in 1989---the director of … [Read More...]
Psychology faculty come from the finest universities across the U.S. Nationally competitive in their teaching and research endeavors, they represent a diverse community of scholars.
The psychology program is small enough for individual attention and large enough to provide the scope and diversity of training so important in today's complex world.
The psychology undergraduate program provides excellent training as part of a liberal arts education and for students wishing to attend graduate school.
UM researchers Dwight Waddell (left), Pamela Lawhead, Scott Gustafson and Yixin Chen are searching for ways to use brainwaves to control computers and robots to find new treatments for people with brain-based disorders. Photo by Nathan Latil
The devoted teacher is winner of the University of Mississippi Elsie M. Hood Outstanding Teaching Award and author of six books.
Chancellor Dan Jones (left) with Ken Suka, professor of psychology and recipient of the Frist Student Service Award, Faculty Achievement Award, and Elsie M. Hood Outstanding Teacher Award.
UM psychology graduate students and faculty assessed mental health efforts on the Mississippi Gulf Coast after the accident. Photo courtesy of WikiCommons
Stefan Schulenberg, associate professor of psychology, directs the Center created to bring together research, teaching and service efforts.
Psychology associate professor and Fulbrght scholar Laura Johnson researches African youth and culture.
Psychology student Lauren Stamberger prepares for exams in the J.D. Williams Library. Photo by Robert Jordan
Psychology major Christin Gates---accepted to Harvard Graduate School of Education---credits Laura Johnson, UM associate professor of psychology (right), with providing “the spark that lit the fire for me to expand beyond what I imagined was possible.”