The goal of this site is to provide resources to students in the Psychology department. Check out the resource pages listed in the sidebar.
The Department of Psychology hires upper-division Psychology and Neuroscience majors to act as Educational Assistants (EAs) throughout the academic year. The EAs have all had General Psychology (PSYC 111), Statistics 220, and Research Methods (PSYC 212). They are available to answer questions concerning your Psychology classes, to tutor you in these areas, and to provide help in writing, library research, and other topics in Psychology. They will hold tutorial sessions on key topics covered in PSYC 111 and PSYC 212.
The 2018-2019 EAs (as pictured) are: Ian Bonar, Iesha Abbajebel, Kristina Klein, Mariah Glinski, Nicole Thayer, Noah Robinson, Olivia Checkalski, and Megan Lindloff.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions, suggestions or concerns about the EAs, or the support they provide, don’t hesitate to contact your instructor, or the EA supervisor (Dr. Sarah Hankerson, email@example.com), or Ms. Julie Jepma (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Get to know the EAs by checking out the professors they’ve taken, their interests, fun facts, and hours they are working at these links: EA-bios
Spring 2019 hours start Feb 18th. EAs will be on-duty:
Tuesday 9am-4, 5:15pm-9pm
Thursday 9am-3pm, 5pm-9pm
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