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Psychology at UGA

The UGA Department of Psychology, within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, is a nationally recognized department with award-winning professors who are dedicated to providing the highest quality education possible to our students.

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Welcome to the Department of Psychology

The UGA Department of Psychology, within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, is a nationally recognized department with award-winning professors who are dedicated to providing the highest quality education possible to our students. The UGA Psychology Department is committed to fostering a safe, welcoming, supportive, and inclusive environment for all students, faculty and staff.

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Racism Does Not Belong Here

Racism and hate do not belong in our Society, our University, and not in our Department of Psychology. In these times of example after example of intolerable treatment of persons of color, the Faculty, Staff, and Students of the Department of Psychology publicly and vehemently denounce the hate and violence that has been, and continues to be, perpetrated on our students, colleagues, and community because of race, gender, sexuality, and other marginalized identities. We promise to do all things within our scope and power to reduce and eliminate these injustices and to take direct actions to further the inclusive development of our local and broader University community to make sure that all are safe, supported, and protected from such objectionable treatment. This is not a political statement. This is a moral and human statement.

BLACK LIVES MATTER.

Over the past year of the COVID-19 pandemic, and especially in recent days and weeks, we have been horrified to see a rise in racially motivated hate crimes involving physical violence and harassment, targeting people of Asian descent in the U.S. The UGA Psychology Department stands in solidarity with the Asian American community against these attacks that damage our entire society, but also have a particularly detrimental impact on the Asian American community.      

Advancing racial equity and economic inclusion for people of all races and ethnicities is critical to guaranteeing the safety and security of everyone. We encourage every member of our community to take a stand against the structures that perpetuate and fuel discrimination and assaults on Asian American and Pacific Islander persons and we will work towards those ends as a Department. 

Well-being, reporting, and allyship resources available here

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Latest News

Huge congratulations to five members of our department who have been selected to receive significant, University-wide recognitions this year! Two faculty members are being recognized this week with Research Awards:
Huge congratulations to the 28 UGA Psychology undergraduate students presenting their research projects at the annual Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Symposium this year! The annual CURO Symposium highlights excellence in undergraduate research at the University of Georgia
It’s graduate and professional student appreciation week at UGA!

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Job Responsibilities

I work with graduate students and the Graduate Coordinator in the Psychology Ph.D. program, serving as a liaison among the graduate students, program chairs, the department head, graduate coordinator, and officials of the Graduate School. I maintain records of…

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Doctoral Student

Jacob is a second year Ph.D. student in the IOPP program at The University of Georgia. Jacob is affiliated with the LINC lab, under the direction of Dr. Dorothy Carter. His research interests include developing tools to facilitate effective coordination between and within teams in Multiteam…

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