The 3 Minute Research Presentation (3MRP) Competition, hosted by the NAU Graduate College, provides an opportunity for NAU graduate students to present their scholarly and/or creative work to an audience in three minutes or less. Graduate student Chelsea Taylor earned third place in the competition with her presentation “In Search of a Relationship Between Dance and Spatial Reasoning.” Read more
Michele Lee, a second-year student in the Master of Arts in Psychology Sciences degree program was selected for the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) Outstanding Achievement and Contribution Award in the Student category. This award honors a Northern Arizona University student who has made outstanding contributions to women’s leadership development and towards advancing the status of women at Northern Arizona University.Read more
The Vicki Green Psychological Sciences Thesis award provides funding for graduate students in the Department of Psychological Science to assist with expenses to conduct their research. To be eligible for the award the student must have successfully completed their thesis proposal and obtained IRB approval.
This year, the department selected a candidate with a remarkable list of accomplishments and a thesis project of particularly high integrity: Mallory Kroeck. Mallory has a uniquely rich background. Before coming to NAU she led… Read more
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Fall Research Symposium was held on Friday, November 30, 2018, in Ashurst Hall. Over 160 posters were presented during the event, involving 341 participants and 27 faculty sponsors from throughout the college. The fall symposium provides a much anticipated opportunity for students from the Department of Psychological Sciences to present research they conducted during Introductory Undergraduate Research (PSY 279), Undergraduate Research (PSY 485), or Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology (PSY 302W)… Read more
The NAU Foundation scholarship application is now open and will accept applicants through Jan. 23, 2019. There are 50 different opportunities with a variety of requirements and applicant criteria. For many of these scholarships, by completing the general application you will be auto-matched to all scholarships where you meet the criteria.
If you are selected, you will be informed through… Read more
Undergraduate Psychological Sciences major Maren Greve received a $900 travel award to attend the Second Language Research Forum in Montreal, Canada. Maren, along with other members of her research team, will present the results of research conducted within the Department of English Language and Memory labs. The 37th annual… Read more