A wide variety of services are available from the Psychology Department to students, current members of the department and to the general public by following the links on this page.
- Students can find information about research opportunities in PSYC 290 or participating in experiments either for credit (Course Credit) or as a paid participant (Subjects Wanted).
- Researchers and faculty can recruit subjects for their experiments through either the Subject Pool or by submitting a new subject request or by having a Request for Paid Subjects notice placed in the elevator. Researchers and faculty can also recruit PSYC 290 students to participate in research either by posting a PSYC 290 opportunity on the website or by having a 290 Notice posted. Both the Request for Paid Subjects and the 290 Notices can be returned to Carleen McCormick in Room 321 or Jane Jukes in Room 315.
- Department members can get Technical Support from ATLAS and CITES, use Email & Web Services, and access Business Office forms and services
- The general public can access information about treatment for psychological disorders that is available from the Psychological Services Center.
Concerns of comments about the information on the Service web pages can be sent by e-mail to Bob Wickesberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa Taylor joined the Psychology Business Office in April 2014 on a part-time basis as an Account Technician, mainly processing expense reimbursements and handling purchases. Prior to joining Psychology, Taylor worked in the employee benefits/group insurance industry for 30 years, starting out as the Insurance Officer at the State Universities Retirement System (SURS) and most recently as a Benefits Service Representative for Wells Fargo Insurance Services.
McGrath funds are available to all faculty and staff this year at the same levels as last year. Irwin funds are available to all graduate students this year at the $500 per student level. The deadline is May 15th.