The psychology department received a MinnState system Innovation grant to create a culturally based cohort program called Indigenous Students in Psychology Training (InPsyT). The goal of InPsyT is to train and prepare American Indian students for careers in psychology. American Indians are the least represented racial group in college and have the lowest retention and […]
We stand with our communities who are speaking out – demanding justice and equal valuing of Black lives by law enforcement. For hundreds of years, the racist policing and judicial systems have ended countless lives, countless dreams, and denied our communities justice. For this we also speak out.
As part of October’s Disability Awareness Month, the Psychology Department hosted Dr. Michelle Nario-Redmond, Professor of Psychology and Biomedical Humanities at Hiram College to present on why now it is more important than ever to understand and appreciate how disability is being experienced in the 21st Century.