The Department of Psychological Science works to advance the science of psychology through high-quality research, teaching, and service. Faculty and students conduct research on a wide range of topics in psychology and engage in interdisciplinary research in areas such as Health Psychology, Organizational Sciences, and Cognitive Sciences. Read More >>
Give now to the Psychology Student Faculty Success Fund
Congratulations to Sydnie Davis, Caroline Nowell, Yaric Jimenez, and Clara Johnson for being the winners of the inaugural UNC Charlotte I/O Scholarships. They were each given $500 and were recognized for their outstanding academic, activity, and work experiences in I/O Psychology and Service to the larger community.
Winners of the 1st UNC Charlotte I/O Scholarships!!! Read more >>
Junior Angelica Rose Brown has been recognized for outstanding leadership and service by North Carolina Campus Compact, a statewide network of colleges and universities with a shared commitment to community engagement. She is a recipient of the network’s Community Impact Award honoring one student leader at each member school.
Brown, who is majoring in... UNC Charlotte Junior Honored For Community Service Read more >>
UNC Charlotte’s Jeanette M. Bennett has been named one of the 10 Must Take Psychology Professors in Charlotte by the online site Careers in Psychology. “Educating the next generation of leaders and scientists has always been one of my primary goals,” Bennett says. “My classroom provides an environment that is open to questions and a safe place to process new student ideas."
Professor Named One of 10 “Must Take Psychology Professors” in Charlotte Read more >>
As many of you know, the UNC Charlotte Community Psychology training program hosted the Southeastern Ecological-Community Psychology Conference (known as 'Eco' for short) this weekend. This annual conference is student-run; it is fully organized by the host student group.
This year's conference was terrific. Our UNC Charlotte team organized a Friday night social event (including brief... Southeastern Ecological-Community Psychology Conference Read more >>