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Department News

Eagle Opportunities!

Please click HERE to be taken to the AU Career Services Center page on opportunities for AU students. This page has information on upcoming career… Read more

Congratulations!

Congratulations to the following students who walked through Spring Commencement on May 14th at the Dwight Schar Athletic Complex at Ashland University! This list includes… Read more

Sport Psychology Class Teaches the Mental Game

Members of this year’s Sport Psychology class (Psychology 280) shared their newly acquired knowledge about mental game skills with local athletes as part of a… Read more

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Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Christopher Chartier
Dr. Christopher Chartier earned a B.S. in psychology from Indiana University (2007) and an M.A. (2009) and Ph.D. (2013) in social psychology from Miami University...Read more

One of the most popular college majors across all university campuses, the science of Psychology provides a glimpse into human thought and behavior. The Psychology Department offers both a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree, which provides flexibility for students with varying career paths.  Thus, a degree in Psychology prepares students for a wide variety of career options, and provides a strong foundation for those students who wish to pursue graduate studies.

Scholarship in the Psychology Department

Both faculty and students are heavily involved in research and scholarship in the Psychology Department at Ashland University. Each semester numerous research projects are conducted, with results of these studies being published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at regional, national and international conferences. Over the past few years, our faculty and students have presented their research at conferences in cities such as Chicago, San Antonio, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, San Diego, Seattle and Washington, DC. Over the past 10 years, more than 60 Ashland University Psychology students have done conference presentations that will help them gain admittance into graduate school or land a job after graduation.

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In Their Own Words

See what our students and alumni have to say about our programs