Meet the 2021 cohort of UW Psychology graduate students, who join the department from across the country and the globe. Our thirteen first-year students are already earning awards and fellowships, including UW Top Scholar Awards, a National Science Foundation Graduate Research fellowship, and more... Read more
Loranzie Rogers and his advisor Joe Sisneros (Animal Behavior Area) received funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in support of their research on the auditory mechanisms of vocal fishes. Read more
Lauren McClain (Adult Clinical Area with Mary Larimer) receives predoctoral funding to support research on individuals with substance use disorder from the National Research Service Award (NRSA) and National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). Read more
UW Psychology's Diversity Steering Committee (DSC) meets regularly to discuss and address diversity issues facing our department. Read more about DSC activities and priorities, including ways to support this important work.
Congratulations to all the UW Psychology graduate students who recently published research findings, earned rewards, and completed credentials... Read more