The Psychology Department at Bradley University has a national reputation for excellence. The department recently received the Culture of Service Award from the American Psychological Association and the Ruth Hubbard Cousins Award from the International Honor Society in Psychology
Students are accepted into graduate programs across the nation and faculty members publish their research in journals with international audiences. Our News section contains highlights of recent student and faculty accomplishments
The department features state-of-the-art research facilities and recently opened brand new laboratory space dedicated to research in neuroscience and clinical psychology. Student research activities are generously supported through grants and endowment funds
Practicum, internship, and research experiences are available at clinics, hospitals, agencies, and corporations. Students can gain invaluable skills through off-campus opportunities
Red Cross, students collaborate on humanitarian issues experiment
To test students’ humanitarian values and knowledge of the Geneva Convention, Caterpillar Professor of Psychology Dr. Claire Etaugh and her former student Dr. Bob Wiltz ‘70 used a grant from the American Red Cross to test EHS 120 students.
Congresswoman, Alumna to Give Mid-year Commencement Address
Congresswoman and Psychology graduate, Robin Kelly, to give mid-year commencement address
Deal wins Student Laureate Award
Psychology major Brian Deal ’15 is wrapping up his last year at Bradley with a bang. In early November, Deal received the Student Laureate Award presented by The Lincoln Academy of Illinois.