Everest Goldstein, Lyra Olson, and Sahiba Singh from the Department of Psychology share their career plans and experiences.
News Archive 2016
The Department of Psychology held its annual Class Day event on Monday, May 30, 2016 to celebrate the Class of 2016 graduates. Festivities were held in the Frist Campus Center, where families, friends, and faculty congratulated the graduates on their profound accomplishments.
Susan Fiske, the Eugene Higgins Professor of Psychology & Professor of Public Affairs at Princeton University, will receive the Medal for Distinguished Service from Teachers College, Columbia University, for her exploration of emotional prejudices at the cultural, interpersonal and neural levels.
Professor Ken Norman has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2016 Graduate Mentoring Award administered by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. Professor Norman will receive the award at the Graduate Hooding Ceremony on May 30.
Adam Brockett, 4th year graduate student in Psychology, received the prestigious Graduate School Teaching Award at the Tribute to Teaching...
Assistant Professor Johannes Haushofer studies how money affects happiness.
Elizabeth Levy Paluck works with study co-authors Hana Shepherd (Rutgers University) and Peter Aronow (Yale University) to create a program designed to engage the school's most influential students, only some of whom fit the typical profile of a student leader or a popular student, to spread anti-conflict messages.