News Archive

Dr. Valerie Taylor
 Dr.Valerie Jones Taylor, Assistant Professor in Psychology, gave an interview on WFMZ-TV on Friday, June 5, 2020. Here is a link with the clip from the show.

Congratulations to Professor Diane Hyland on being chosen as this year's recipient of the Lehigh Hillman Faculty Award. This award recognizes her leadership and distinguished service to the university.

Fill-in declaration forms are available online via Docusign.

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Regular In Office hours begin August 2, 2021:

              Teri Loew, Coordinator -    (Mon - Fri  8:15 am – 4:45 pm)

              Claudia Pleyer, Coordinator -   (Mon - Fri  9:00 am – 2:30 pm)

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Dr. Nick Ungson has accepted a tenure-track position in Psychology at Susquehanna University. A former graduate studdent, he received his Ph.D. in Psychology in 2019.  Congratulations to Nick!

LVAIC Careers in Psychology Alumni Panel

Please join us at the Careers in Psychology Alumni Panel taking place at the LVAIC Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference on Saturday April 24 from 12-1:30 via Zoom.

Courteney Parry

Courteney Parry has been awarded a CAS Undergraduate Research Grant for her proposal entitled, “Perceived Prototypicality of School Infractions Based on Students’ Racial-ethnic and Gender Backgrounds.” Professor Valerie Taylor will be supervising Courteney's work. 

Raihan Alam

Raihan Alam has been awarded a CAS Undergraduate Research Grant for his proposal entitled, “Exploring Blame in Daily Life: Examining Contextual and Personality Factors That Contribute to Blame being Constructive versus Destructive in its Effects” Professor Michael Gill will be supervising Raihan's work. 

Honors Program thesis

Psychology Honors Program Thesis Presentations - May 10, 2021
Via zoom