Why Psychology at E&H?

Be the catalyst of change in your community and abroad.

PSYC 340 students in Prague, Czech Republic study the social psychology of the Holocaust.PSYC 340 students in Prague, Czech Republic study the social psychology of the Holocaust.

 

Change the world through applied research, working in the local community, and interacting with other cultures outside the U.S.

Conduct Independent Research 

Present on campus or at a regional or national meeting. 

E&H students present their research at the 2017 annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychologi...E&H students present their research at the 2017 annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) in Atlanta, GA.

Study Abroad - Learn about other cultures and interact with people in another county

Explore the social psychological and other factors related to genocide with a specific focus on the Holocaust in the Czech Republic and Poland.  

Students visit Treblinka, an extermination camp near Warsaw, Poland.Students visit Treblinka, an extermination camp near Warsaw, Poland.

 

Apply your Learning 

  • Serve as an intern in mental health, occupational or physical therapy, human resources, or the kind of site that meets your career needs.
  • Work with children in the local community as part of the Child Development course or promote health education in local schools as part of a Health Psychology course.
  • Train your rat to compete in the Rat Olympics, where rats climb tightropes, do the long jump, hurdles and weight- lifting. 

Austin Tolbert '19 and Ali Medlen '17 cheer on the rat athlete in the rope climb competition.Austin Tolbert '19 and Ali Medlen '17 cheer on the rat athlete in the rope climb competition.