Psychology Department

Department Chair's Message

Mike Kisley

Dr. Michael Kisley

Welcome to the UCCS Psychology Department! We're one of the largest departments on campus: a thriving community of educators, students, scientists and practitioners. Recently each of our three degree programs, B.A., M.A. and Ph.D., were rated as "Exemplary" in a University-wide rating process. Through this webpage you can begin to learn about the opportunities available in our Department. But to understand why we're exemplary you'll need to get involved in our community: take classes with our award-winning faculty, conduct cutting-edge research in our labs and research groups, and practice clinical psychology under the supervision of our faculty and professional staff. We look forward to working with you!

 

Department Events

 

Department Highlights

Martin G. Olsen, a former assistant professor and lecturer in the Department of Psychology, died Oct. 29, from injuries suffered in a car accident. He was an assistant professor from 1971-76 and a lecturer from 1976-1981. | MORE

Wurtele’s research mentioned in New York Times Article| MORE

Longtime faculty member to lead Aging Center MORE

Library Spotlight – Faculty Publication MORE

Benight aids community recovery MORE

Wurtele contributes to WHO handbook| MORE

Congratulations to Dr. Leilani Feliciano on receiving a University of Colorado 2015-16 Diversity & Excellence Grant for Training Future Researchers: Assessing Cognition in Diverse Adults with Diabetes, in the amount of $3,000.

Student retention equals campus connection| MORE

Recognition: Sponsored research fetes faculty and staff accomplishments| MORE

Chronic diseases can create family roller coaster| MORE

What Comes First, Job Burnout or Secondary Traumatic Stress? Findings from Two Longitudinal Studies from the U.S. and Poland | MORE

The evolution and devolution of cognitive control: The costs of deliberation in a competitive world | MORE

Employee of the Quarter | MORE

Coolidge to Oxford | MORE

 

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