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Video detailing the fifty years of the psychology department

50th Anniversary of the Department of Psychology

The year 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of Psychology as an independent department. Click here to learn about the history of the department.


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December 4, 2018
Teaching people how to be safe has long been a passion for Camille Phillips, graduate student in the English department. After dealing with her father falling and the aftermath of his injuries, she decided that educating others on safety and preparedness was something that she wanted to do. Since then, she has taught fall prevention […]

November 5, 2018
People in the queer community often have to find alternative ways of self-expression.  These new, “other” ways don’t always fit cultural expectations, and they can be isolating. The movie, Carol, explores this concept, as does a new article by Victoria Smith, “The Heterotopias of Todd Haynes: Creating Space for Same Sex Desire in Carol,” publish...

November 1, 2018
Are nationalism and globalism at polar opposite political stances? Political discourse in the news lately might lead you to believe that you can’t put your country first and simultaneously have international benefit in mind. Ionut Popescu, Assistant Professor of Political Science, argues in a new article, “Conservative Internationalism and the T...

October 31, 2018
When laws are written in a vague way, they run the risk of wrongly convicting innocent people. Jessica R. Pliley, Associate Professor of the History of Women, Genders, and Sexualities at Texas State University, recently published an article in The Atlantic about the politics and consequences of just such a law. Pliley’s article, “A Pardon Arrive...

August 13, 2018
The prevailing theory in archaeology is that the first Native Americans came from Northeast Asia across a land bridge. Recently, however, archaeologists Dennis Stanford and Bruce Bradley proposed a controversial alternative theory: the“Solutrean Hypothesis” which argues that ancient Europeans may have made it to Eastern North America first about...