Entries tagged with ‘Gustavus Psychology’

Psychological Science Retiring Professors with 132 Years of Service

Story by Erin Luhmann ’08 Psychology professor Tim Robinson estimates he has written more than 800 letters of recommendation for students over the span of his 45-year career at Gustavus. “If I have about an average of about five people a year to write for and about four letters apiece, it’s about 20 per year,” […]

Psychological Science Spring Symposium

Gustavus Adolphus College’s Psychological Science department recently held their annual Spring Symposium in the Beck Hall atrium. There were 15 student groups and four honors students who presented research conducted throughout the year. Topics ranged from second language learning and stereotype threats to emotional self-regulation in athletes and non-athletes. Our psychological science department also works closely […]

A New Endowed Professorship Honoring Gustavus Psychological Science Retirees

Three distinguished Gustavus professors in our Department of Psychological Science—Dr. Richard Martin, Dr. Tim Robinson ’65, and Dr. Barbara Simpson—are retiring and their significant impact on the department and the College will be felt for a long time. On Thursday, May 22, 2014 at the College’s faculty meeting, President Jack Ohle made an announcement that will […]

Psychological Science has a new Facebook page!

Our goal is to reach out and connect with a broader community by sharing updates, events, notices and more. We hope that majors, alumni, and friends will also use the page to contact the department or to reach one another. Let’s build a community that discusses departmental happenings, grad schools, job acceptances, alumni highlights and […]