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Prof. Karen Givvin Receives Honors Collegium Teaching Award

Congratulations to Adjunct Professor Karen Givvin for being selected as the 2020-21 recipient of the Eugen Weber Honors Collegium Teaching Award. Each year, the Honors Program recognizes one of its distinguished professors for their dedication and contributions with this award. An event program is available here; Karen’s award is listed on pages 24-25 of the program.

 

Graduate News


UCLA Psychology Graduate Admissions Virtual Open House Graduate Virtual Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2021

Congratulations to all our Psychology Department graduates receiving the Doctor of Philosophy, the Ph.D., the highest academic degree awarded by the university! Access our virtual celebration website.

Jacqueline Perez receives The Clara Leplin & Beatrice Rasof Fellowship

Congratulations to Jacqueline Perez (Social Area) for receiving The Clara Leplin & Beatrice Rasof Fellowship. This endowed summer fellowship is for a female graduate student in Social Psychology studying significant social issues. Thank you to our generous donors for their continued support of our students and department!

Undergrad News


Important Fall 2021 Dates

Please click this news item to view important dates and deadlines for Fall 2021!

Undergraduate Virtual Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2021

Congratulations to the over 1,200 students who will be awarded Bachelor’s Degrees this year from the UCLA Psychology Department! Access our virtual celebration website.

Transforming Psychology


A New Era for UCLA Psychology

Please visit our Transforming Psychology website for information about exciting plans to transform UCLA’s iconic Psychology Tower (now named Pritzker Hall) into a collaborative, modern learning and research environment for one of the nation’s top psychology departments.

Faculty Spotlight


Highlighting Faculty Member Jennifer Sumner

Dr. Sumner’s research examines how the experiences of trauma and severe stress contribute to accelerated aging and risk for chronic disease.

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