Welcome

Welcome to the University of Oregon Psychology Department.

Our department is renowned for excellence in teaching, research, and clinical training.

We are also committed to supporting the well-being of our community.

Learn more about how we are taking steps to making our department a welcoming, safe space for all at the following links.

Coronavirus Information Commitment to Diversity & Inclusivity

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Intradepartment Resources

Please note: There is a new Psychology Intradepartment Resources page as of July 2021 that requires being on-campus or connecting to VPN to access.

News

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Our esteemed faculty often share their expertise with the broader public through news stories! Here...Read more
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Dr. Michael Posner collaborated with members of the Biology Department and the Institute of Neuroscience (ION) on a recently published paper about attention and memory.Read more
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According to national data, applicants have a 40% higher chance of being hired if they have done an...Read more

Events

Jan 31
Linguistics Winter Colloquium 3:30 p.m.

Join us for Winter Colloquium! series:        Jan. 17     Job Talk #1, Job Talk #2 on Jan 19        Jan. 24   ...
January 17–March 7
Straub Hall, 145

Join us for Winter Colloquium! series:

       Jan. 17     Job Talk #1, Job Talk #2 on Jan 19
       Jan. 24     Dr. Spike Gildea, UO Linguistics
       Jan. 31     Dr. Marianne Mithun, UC Santa Barbara
       Feb. 7      Job Talk #3
       Feb. 14    Dr. Caitlin Fausey, UO Psychology
       Feb. 21    Dr. Florian Matter, UO Linguistics
       Feb. 28    Dr. Lina Hou, UC Santa Barbara
       Mar. 7     Dr. Gabriela Perez Baez, UO Linguistics
 

Feb 1
Casual Career Chats: STEM4:00 p.m.

Rotate through casual small group chats with alumni, professionals, and employers to learn more about their career paths and get advice about how to find career-building...
February 1 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Gumwood (EMU 245)

Rotate through casual small group chats with alumni, professionals, and employers to learn more about their career paths and get advice about how to find career-building opportunities and connections for your future in STEM.

 

Open to all majors! Bring a friend! Dress Casual! Enjoy yummy FREE snacks! 

 

All participants will walk away with new connections and contact information to follow up with anyone you want to learn more from! 

 

Participating Organizations COMING SOON!

 

This event is part of the Winter 2023 Career Readiness Week sponsored by the University Career Center and Sherwin Williams.

Feb 8
Creative Writing in Tuscany Study Abroad Info Session4:00 p.m.

Join an info session to learn about the Creative Writing in Tuscany program taking place summer 2023. This program will transport a traditional creative writing fiction...
February 8 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
McKenzie Hall, 125

Join an info session to learn about the Creative Writing in Tuscany program taking place summer 2023. This program will transport a traditional creative writing fiction workshop and seminar examining the literature of Italy to the settings of Siena and Florence.

This program is open to all majors who have completed the prerequisite classes.

Visit the program website: https://geo.uoregon.edu/programs/europe-italy/creative-writing-tuscany

Feb 17
Linguistics presents Black History Month Film Screenings5:30 p.m.

In collaboration with Black Studies and in honor of Black History Month, the Department of Linguistics will host two film screenings with discussion to follow with Dr. Rachel...
February 17 5:30 p.m.
Straub Hall, 145

In collaboration with Black Studies and in honor of Black History Month, the Department of Linguistics will host two film screenings with discussion to follow with Dr. Rachel Weissler and Dr. Shiloh Drake.

Films begin at 5:30p at Straub Hall Rm 145, refreshments will be provided.

Friday, Feb 17 @ 5:30p: TALKING BLACK IN AMERICA follows the unique circumstances of the descendants of American slaves and their incredible impact on American life and language.

Thursday, Feb 23 @ 5:30p: SIGNING BLACK IN AMERICA is the first documentary about Black ASL: the unique dialect of American Sign Language (ASL) that developed within historically segregated African American Deaf communities.

Feb 23
Linguistics presents Black History Month Film Screening5:30 p.m.

In collaboration with Black Studies and in honor of Black History Month, the Department of Linguistics will host the 2nd of two film screenings with discussion to follow with Dr....
February 23 5:30 p.m.
Straub Hall, 145

In collaboration with Black Studies and in honor of Black History Month, the Department of Linguistics will host the 2nd of two film screenings with discussion to follow with Dr. Rachel Weissler and Dr. Shiloh Drake.

Film begins at 5:30p at Straub Hall Rm 145, refreshments will be provided.

Thursday, Feb 23 @ 5:30p: SIGNING BLACK IN AMERICA is the first documentary about Black ASL: the unique dialect of American Sign Language (ASL) that developed within historically segregated African American Deaf communities.

 

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