We approach our subject matter with rigorous science, practicality, compassion, and ethical sense. In order to do justice to the complexity and diversity of human beings, we utilize a broad spectrum of approaches to theory, research and practice.
The department is responsible for the undergraduate psychology major in Fordham's three undergraduate colleges, as well as five graduate programs: M.S. in Applied Psychological Methods, M.S. in Clinical Research Methods, Ph.D. in Applied Developmental Psychology, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, and Ph.D. in Psychometrics and Quantitative Psychology.
Announcing the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Advisory Council
As citizens of Fordham University and the globe, the Psychology Department is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) at all levels of our operations, scholarship, teaching, and mentoring. With a personal and professional grounding in this commitment, we are thrilled to announce the formation of the Psychology Department DEI Advisory Council and are excited to invite self-nominations for this important new working group. The charge of the inaugural council is to set the structure, priorities and strategic vision for Department initiatives and advance University DEI principles. We are inviting self-nominations from faculty, staff, current students (undergraduate, graduate) and alumni to serve either a one or two-year term. We hope that you will consider submitting a nomination and look forward to proactively creating a more equitable, just, and principled department where students, staff and faculty are supported and cultivated regardless of background or beliefs.
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