June 10, 2018
The Wagner College Chapter of Psi Chi, the International Psychology Honors Society, admitted 9 new members in the 2017-2018 academic year. Congratulations! November 28, 2017 Induction Megan Clark Laura Kyvik Jenna Santoro Victoria Yard April 17, 2018 Induction Gabrielle Amuso Vedika Anand Peyton Beck Ellen Reidy Jessica Serviss
June 12, 2017
Students were awarded for their outstanding academic work at the annual Wagner College award ceremonies. The psychology and biopsychology awardees for 2017 are listed here.
June 12, 2017
Congratulations to the students who were inducted into Psi Chi, the International Honors Society in Psychology in the 2016-2017 academic year. November 17, 2016 John Acquaviva Katja Claesson Gianna Fiumefreddo Danielle Foox McKaleigh Goodale Kirsty Hessing Allana Maniscalco Taylor Redmond Maite Reece Kaitlyn Spear Lauren Taibi Jessica Terrizzi April 12, 2017 Julienne Bruen Lauren Fay […]
January 12, 2017
‘Seeing Straight’ looks at gender, sexuality through lens of privilege, power
September 8, 2016
Wagner’s behavioral economics major may be the only such undergraduate program in the country
June 13, 2016
Borah, a member of the Psychology Department faculty from 1962 to 1997, died last Tuesday, June 7 in Rogers, Minn.
May 22, 2016
Several psychology students were recognized for their excellent academic work at the 2016 senior and undergraduate award ceremonies. Congratulations to all!
April 29, 2016
On April 28, 2016 faculty and students in the psychology department joined together to celebrate the induction of the students into the Wagner College chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honors Society in Psychology. Congratulation to the 22 new members inducted this academic year and to the members who are graduating next month. The following […]
December 5, 2015
During the Spring 2016 semester, Dr. Wagner will be on sabbatical leave to work on his book on the history of psychology. During his leave, Dr. Groth will be acting chair of the psychology department.
September 10, 2015
Did the University of Virginia's Reproducibility Project deliver a ‘damaging blow’ to the field of psychology? We asked Drs. Nolan & Eshleman to shed some light.