Graduate School Opportunities

10/2014  St. Joseph's University offers a Master's program in experimental psychology! 
This is a full-time program designed to provide students with a solid grounding in the scientific study of psychology. All students in our program are assigned to a mentor and conduct an empirically based research thesis under his/her direction.  Complete details about our program are available at

For interested students there will be a virtual (online) open house on Tuesday, November 11th at 12:00 (noon). Information on how to attend the open house can be found at: 

Jodi A. Mindell, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
Director, Graduate Program in Psychology
Saint Joseph's University
Philadelphia, PA 19131
610 660-1806 (phone)
610 660-1819 (fax)​ 
Brown University has launched a doctoral program in Behavioral and Social Health Sciences: The new doctoral program is housed in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences in the Brown University School of Public Health. 

Students of Behavioral and Social Health Sciences employ behavioral and social science theory and methods to understand and ameliorate contemporary public health problems. Training emphasizes an understanding the bases of health behavior and health behavior change from an interdisciplinary perspective, integrating perspectives from traditional behavioral sciences (e.g., psychology, psychiatry) and social sciences (e.g., sociology, anthropology, communications).  Faculty and students engage in research that seeks to identify social, psychological, and behavioral risk factors for disease and illness; understand the psychosocial determinants of the use of health care; and understand health protective behaviors, relationships, and institutions. They also design, implement, and evaluate health-promoting interventions that are grounded in behavioral and social science theory. PhDs are prepared for careers in basic and applied research settings such as academia, government and non-governmental organizations, and health care.

The signatures of Behavioral and Social Health Sciences doctoral training at Brown University include health behavior interventions development and evaluation, with substantive focus on behavioral health issues such as alcohol and other drug abuse; smoking and tobacco use; HIV risk behaviors; diet, physical activity and obesity; and behavioral medicine. Students will be mentored by an accomplished faculty in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences (, and join a vibrant community of scholars in the new School of Public Health. Students will also benefit from the intellectual activity and resources of 4 departments within Public Health, as well as 11 research centers and institutes, including the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies, Institute for Community Health Promotion, Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, Center for Evidence-based Medicine, the International Health Institute, the Alcohol Research Center on HIV, and Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center for AIDS Research (see

Applications are due January 5 and can be submitted through the Graduate School portal:
Interested in Graduate School in Clinical-Counseling Psychology?  Consider Radford University
Below is information for Juniors and Seniors who might be considering attending graduate school in Clinical or Counseling Psychology in the next couple of years.  Our program here at Radford University provides excellent clinical and research training at the masters level and we are hoping to recruit some of your best students. Attached is a brief description of our program. I encourage students who are interested in learning more about our program to check out our website and then to contact me if they have additional questions. 
Web address:

We look forward to having more students from your school apply!
Ann Elliott, Ph.D. ( 540-831-5790
Coordinator of the Clinical-Counseling Psychology Program
Radford University

Radford University Master's Degree Program in  Clinical-Counseling Psychology 
     Our two-year, full-time, Clinical-Counseling Master's Degree Psychology program prepares competent professionals by providing a strong theoretical, research, and applied foundation for those wishing to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology or work in the field of mental health counseling.
     All first-year students work with a research mentor and complete a two-semester course in applied research training while second year students complete a two-semester clinical internship.
     In small classes, students work closely with a broad range of faculty from the Clinical-Counseling, Experimental, School, and Counseling PsyD program.
      Graduate assistantships are available for many of our students.
      For more information about the Master's Degree Program in Clinical-Counseling Psychology, please check out our website and contact the program coordinator if you have any additional questions.

Attention Psychology Students - Important Notice!   Gonzaga Universityis extending their deadline
For the next two weeks they will be accepting applications from interested BYU-I graduates
Lisa Bennett at
Gonzaga University • 502 East Boone Avenue • Spokane, WA 99258-0102• (800) 986.9585