Once each month during every trimester in which students are registered or paying continuous enrollment fees, they are expected to attend school-wide course IP-500 where faculty members, students, and invited guests present information of interest to professional psychologists and human services practitioners in general. Colloquium hours may be counted as part of lab hours in TQ courses.
(0 credits, 6 hours per trimester, prerequisite: none)
Description: Once each trimester in which students are enrolled, they are expected to attend school-wide Colloquia where faculty members, students, and invited guests present information of interest to professional psychologists and human services practitioners in general. Emphasis is on new developments in research and on trends that integrate theory and research with current practice. Colloquia also provide faculty members and others in the School community with the opportunity to learn about one another’s research and professional interests. Students are expected to incorporate Colloquia topics in Portfolio Seminars and other classes. They may be invited to present MRP, thesis, or dissertation findings to their colleagues at Colloquia. The Psychology Student Association is responsible for organizing the event in collaboration with the Dean of Students.