Graduate School Postings
The School of Education at Hunter College is hosting upcoming information sessions for our graduate programs in Teacher Education, Counseling, and Applied Behavior Analysis.
We invite you to share this information with your students who may be interested in these programs.
Upcoming Information Sessions
For more information:
- Check out our Graduate Programs
- Attend an Application Live Chat Q&A
- Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter
Yusuke Yamani (a Geneseo alum) is recruiting graduate students for his human factors lab at Old Dominion University.
My lab is recruiting one or two graduate students this year. If you know any students who are interested in working on automated driving or advanced air mobility (e.g., air taxi; funded by NASA), please encourage them to apply. I’d be happy to answer any questions they might have.
Graduate Open House Sessions at Queens College
The Psychology Department at Queens College (CUNY) is hosting 2 virtual Graduate Open House
- Behavioral Neuroscience
- Applied Behavior Analysis
RSVP is required. See flyer:
The AWARE-AI NSF Research Traineeship (NRT) Program
Do you have a strong interest in Artificial Intelligence and how it impacts and interfaces with humans? We invite applications to the AWARE-AI NSF Research Traineeship Program at RIT by March 1. Please register for our virtual open house information session on Dec. 6 at 11:00 am:
AWARE-AI Trainees experience convergent, cross-disciplinary AI research with accomplished faculty focused on software, hardware, human-computer interaction, or cognitive models, in addition to carefully curated career-advancing activities that directly address skill gaps in graduate AI curricula. The program is accepting applications from students in associated RIT Ph.D. and MS on-campus programs in Rochester, NY.
See information on eligibility, benefits, and how to apply for AWARE-AI Traineeships at: https://www.rit.edu/nrtai/
We especially encourage women, deaf or hard-of-hearing, and African American, Latino/a American, or Native American students to apply to AWARE-AI.
As an accomplished student, you know the importance of participating in cutting-edge research and working alongside distinguished faculty members. At the University at Buffalo's Graduate School of Education (GSE), you can build upon your expertise as you learn how to make a positive impact in your field.
GSE has provided outstanding educational programs to over 20,000 students since its founding in 1931. Here, you will find an extensive array of graduate options (master's, advanced certificate and doctoral degree programs) that have been carefully designed to help you achieve your academic and professional aspirations, promising a world-class educational experience.
Through rigorous coursework, you will cultivate important connections with fellow students and internationally recognized faculty members at our elite AAU institution. You will also be able to call Buffalo your home. Here, you can enjoy high employment rates, diverse communities and an affordable cost of living.
With manageable costs and plentiful scholarship opportunities, a graduate degree from GSE is an excellent investment in your future. Our alumni have moved on to successful careers as counselors, information specialists, teachers, psychologists, librarians, faculty, researchers, university presidents, administrators, principals and superintendents.
As you consider what's next, know that we are here to help. Please feel free to contact GSE's Office of Graduate Admission with any questions you may have. You can reach our admissions team by phone at 716-645-2110 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to learning more about you!
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The program in Socially Cognizant Robotics (SOCRATES) at Rutgers University seeks applications for Ph.D. students. The SOCRATES training program, which is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation, aims to provide the next generation of roboticists with the tools to integrate novel technology with humans -- at the levels of the individual, group, and society. The program aims to catalyze a new paradigm of integrative graduate training at the burgeoning interface of society and intelligent devices. The program includes faculty and graduate students from Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Psychology & Cognitive Science, and Planning & Public Policy.
We especially encourage applications from students interested in Psychology and Cognitive Science. If you are interested in computational models of the mind, in the way humans and robots interact, or in the many ways in which AI systems can be endowed with more human-like functions, then this program may be for you.
Graduate Trainees in the SOCRATES program are eligible for five years of funding, including stipend and tuition remission.
More details about the SOCRATES program can be found at https://robotics.rutgers.edu/, and about the Rutgers Psychology department at https://psych.rutgers.edu/
Interested Psychology & Cognitive Science students are invited to send email to Jacob Feldman (email@example.com), Pernille Hemmer (pernille.hemmer@psych.
The Ph.D. program in Applied Social Psychology at The George Washington University is currently accepting applications for Fall 2022 admission. Our unique Ph.D. program is a wonderful match for students interested in the application of social psychological theory and decision-making to health outcomes and/or health inequities. Our location in the heart of Washington, DC offers unparalleled access to unique training experiences and enhanced research opportunities. More information about the Applied Social Psychology Ph.D. program, the faculty, and alumni can be found here: Applied Social Psychology at GWU. The application deadline is December 1, 2021. Students accepted into our program are offered four years of funding, including tuition and health benefits.
We are seeking qualified applicants for our Adult Development and Aging doctoral program, a joint program offered by the psychology departments at Cleveland State University and the University of Akron. I am writing to ask for your help in sharing information about our program with potential students for doctoral study in adult development and aging. Applications are due January 15, 2022.
We are hosting a Virtual Open House on Wednesday, November 3 at 7:00 pm EST. We encourage potential applicants to join us for an informal discussion with program faculty and current graduate students, with time for Q&A. Attend the Virtual Open House.
We are writing as clinical psychology doctoral students at Hofstra University, and we are hosting a virtual informational event on Monday, October 18th, 2021. We are hoping that you will distribute this announcement to your undergraduate psychology students. This event will provide an opportunity for underrepresented students from diverse backgrounds to gain access to information regarding whether a clinical psychology doctoral program is right for them, what the application process is like, how to strengthen one’s application, and networking with current doctoral students.
This event— Clinical Psych Info Night—will be hosted by current doctoral students on Monday, October 18th from 6:30–8:00 p.m. via Zoom. The zoom link will be sent to those who RSVP via the link in this flyer.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Olenka Olesnycky & Ecem Demirli
Clinical Psychology PhD Program
Equity and Social Justice Initiative
School Psychology at Alfred University
Alfred University’s School Psychology program is currently recruiting students for both our
Specialist and PsyD programs. We are part of a small university that provides individualized
attention in a student-centered, close-knit environment. Both the specialist and PsyD programs
prepare students to work in schools conducting psychoeducational evaluations, counseling, and
consulting with teachers, families, and other service providers. Alfred’s PsyD program also
prepares graduates to practice advanced skills in schools and other child and family settings, as
well as for positions in applied research, administration, supervision, mental health agencies,
hospitals, higher education, and private practice.
The Specialist program consists of two years of full-time coursework, including extensive
practical experience in schools and clinic settings starting the first semester. This is followed by
a year-long internship.
The doctoral program involves three years of full-time coursework and practica in both school
and clinic settings. This is followed by a year-long doctoral internship.
All full-time School Psychology graduate students are guaranteed a general graduate
assistantship which requires the student to work five hours per week for a professor or university
division in return for a $3,000 reduction in tuition. There are also a number of competitive
assistantships that provide a 100% tuition remission earmarked for students in their second and
third years of the program.
Alfred’s School Psychology Specialist program is fully accredited by the National Association of
School Psychologists (NASP) and the New York State Education Department. Graduates of the
Specialist program are able to become certified school psychologists. The PsyD program is
accredited by APA, the New York State Psychology Licensing Board, and the New York State
Education Department. It is also approved by NASP. Graduates of the PsyD program are able to
become licensed psychologists and certified school psychologists.
- Courses range from training and development, personnel and selection, to ethics in the workplace.
- The curriculum is designed to be completed by full-time students in four semesters and six semesters for part-time students.
- Prerequisites of the program include completion of an undergraduate course in statistics and psychology with a grade of B or better.
- Second-year students participate in a full-time paid internship, which is facilitated by our department in accordance with students’ interests.
- Given our geographic location (25 miles east of Manhattan), we have affiliations and access to a wide spectrum of private and public organizations.
- Networking and professional development opportunities are extensive.
More information about our program is available on our webpage: hofstra.edu/iopsych. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 516-463-6343 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of Stony Brook University’s School of Social Welfare, Office of Admissions. We hope your new year is off to a great start despite the current challenges. As you prepare your students for the academic semester, we wanted to provide you information about our programs.
*Note: All Manhattan MSW students must attend a one-day, full- day event on the Stony Brook campus to fulfill a required University residency requirement. This will happen four times throughout students' time in the program.
Among these attributes, we are also ranked in the top 15 of Best Value Public Colleges by Forbes Magazine and considered one of the most affordable top-ranked universities in the nation. Therefore, for your consideration we are sharing our program information in the following links that we hope you will share with your students:
Prospective students are highly encouraged to attend an information session. They will hear directly from staff and faculty at the school as well as learn more about our admissions process, curriculum and have the opportunity to ask any questions as they begin the application process.
If you would like us to present to your students separately, please share your availability with our office. We hope this information is helpful and look forward to working with you and your students. If you are not the correct contact, feel free to forward to the appropriate person or share their contact information with us. Thank you for your continued support and we wish you a great semester.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.