Student Activities, Research, and Resources

The Psychology Department faculty strongly encourages student research. There are opportunities within the curriculum to learn research methods and engage in research projects. Beyond the curriculum, there are opportunities to become involved in the Psychology Club and Psi Chi.

The student led Psi Chi honor society and the Pace Psychology Club provide resume-building professional experiences outside the classroom. Members attend lectures, professional meetings, and colloquia. By getting involved, you can make new friends and develop a network of colleagues.  Every spring, seniors and juniors can participate in the annual Psychology Conference sponsored by the Psychology Department on our NYC campus. Student presentations at the Psychology Conference are of high professional quality. This is an opportunity to learn how to present papers and research posters in a professional and scientific setting.

Psych Eye

The PSYCH EYE Newsletter is the official newsletter of the Psychology Department on Pace University’s New York City campus. Download the latest issue.

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Student Awards

Undergraduate

Undergraduate Psychology Award
For excellence in the study of psychology

Robert Clifford Oliver Applied Psych/Human Relations Award
For outstanding achievement in the Applied Psychology/Human Relations program

Graduate

Graduate Psychology Awards
Awards are made to outstanding students in each of the department’s graduate programs, designated by the Psychology Department Student Affairs Committee.

Ted Bernstein Award
For excellence in the practice of school psychology. This award is given to the student who best exemplifies excellence in school psychology. The Ted Bernstein Award is given to either a master’s or doctoral graduating student. The Ted Bernstein awardee is designated by the Psychology Department Student Affairs Committee.

Ivan Wentworth-Rohr Professional/Clinical Practice Psychology Award
This award is presented for distinguished professional practice by a graduate student at either the master’s or doctoral level in school psychology.

For Outstanding Contribution to the Department of Psychology
This award is presented to the master’s or doctoral student who has given outstanding service to the graduate program(s) and/or the Psychology Department. The Outstanding Service to the Psychology Department Awardee is designated by the Psychology Department Student Affairs Committee.