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Welcome to Psychology at Georgia Tech.
Welcome to the School of Psychology at Georgia Tech. As you roam our webpage, you’ll notice that psychology at GaTech is rather unique in a number of ways. You already know that we are embedded in one of the leading science and engineering institutions of higher education in the world. Unlike many of our peers, our home college is the College of Science, which also houses the likes of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Math. You’ll see we have a structure of 5 programs which include Industrial Organizational, Cognition and Brain Science, Cognitive Aging, Quantitative and Engineering Psychology that help us manage the research efforts and provide focused training to our graduate students, but I can tell you that all of the faculty move easily between areas. Finally, you may notice that we are small, intentionally. It allows us to focus our research and our training in a way that has made us exceptional.
I hope you enjoy visiting us virtually, and hopefully someday in person. The Faculty, Grad Students, Undergraduates, and Staff are eager to meet you.
Professor & Chair
News and Notes
Keith Oden, longtime Director of Academic Diversity for the College of Sciences, will retire after serving and building the Georgia Tech community for 35 years.
College of Engineering and College of Sciences leverage grant to drive diversity across all graduate programs. The project is known as Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) Research Universities Alliance Model: Advancing Minority Math, Physical Science, Environmental Science, and Engineering PhD Candidates and Postdoctoral Scholars to Faculty.
School of Psychology researcher wins NSF subcontract for measuring AI’s effectiveness in classrooms, along with funding for a U.S. Air Force-related project studying team dynamics in training
The first class of the College of Sciences Staff Advisory Council is named, with the goal of providing staff advocacy and advisory expertise to address immediate and long-term needs across the College and Institute.
Although the pandemic and travel visas interrupted schedules for several first-years who planned to study on campus this fall, accommodations in Shenzhen, China and Metz, France are helping students start their academic careers on time, with peers and a dynamic mix of local and remote support.
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