Understand the Human Mind
Welcome Dyson College of Arts and Sciences’ Psychology Department on the New York City Campus of Pace University. There are many factors that make our Department unique, dynamic, and exciting, the one that stands out is DIVERSITY – local and global. This diversity is reflected in the diversity of our students, staff, and faculty, in the breadth and depth of research and clinical experiences available to students. These experiences provide our students with opportunities to transcend disciplinary boundaries and engage in interdisciplinary thinking. The Psychology Department values and celebrates diversity in every aspect of its functioning.
Faculty lead departmental research groups open to all students for research opportunities from parent-child psychology to the effects of digital media.
This on-site training clinic allows Doctoral students, under the supervision of esteemed professionals in the field, to offer affordable services to members of the community and students enrolled at Pace University
In addition to the research opportunities provided within the curriculum, you’ll have opportunities to get involved Psychology Club and the psychology honors society, which provide resume-building professional experiences.
Success Starts Here
Through an initiative with Pace University’s Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE), Megan Sanchez recently presented research to leaders from across higher education at the annual conference of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), entitled The Impact of Parental Preferences and Beliefs About Play on Child Play Activities.
The following people can handle all questions and inquiries:
- Shirley Wang, PhD in Clinical Psychology (Health Care Emphasis)
- Anastasia Yasik, PhD in School Psychology
- Anastasia Yasik or Michele Zaccario, PsyD in School-Clinical Child Psychology Program
- Guler Boyraz, MA Program in Psychology
- Brenna Hassinger-Das or Michele Zaccario, all undergraduate psychology inquiries
4th Floor, 52 Broadway
New York, NY 10038
Phone: (212) 346-1506
Department email: PacePsychologyNYC@pace.edu