William James College News
Are you applying to college and not sure how to send your transcripts to the admissions office? Here are some easy steps for ordering transcripts from previous institutions.
If you are looking for a career making a difference in organizations, but aren't sure which path is right for you, check out our blog post highlighting the differences between organizational psychology and industrial-organizational psychology.
Colleen Deely, a 2023 graduate, is the first student to first graduate from our LGBTQIA+ Studies concentration. Launched in 2021, the program provides mental health professionals with the language, cultural sensitivity, and clinical competence that will enable them to deliver high-quality care to LGBTQIA+...
Are you looking for a rewarding career where you can work in schools and make a difference in the lives of children and adolescents? Consider the fields of school psychology and applied behavior analysis.
A master's in psychology can prepare you for a wide range of career paths in many different fields. Learn more about the many ways you can enhance your current job, start a new career, or prepare for further education.
William James College Center for Workforce Development has established the Teaching Faculty Fellowship (TFF), created in partnership with the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, to provide educational and mentorship opportunities to emerging faculty members who come from historically underrepresented...
Clinical PsyD Students Lead Symposium Offering Best Practices for Working with Undocumented Populations
Last month, Clinical PsyD students Michaela Newton, Denisse Ochoa, and Barbara Atim Okeny organized a symposium for aspiring clinicians to provide resources on working with vulnerable populations including undocumented immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.
Meet our 2022-2023 CMGMH Fellows and Scholarship Awardees.
Strengthening the Legacy: Philanthropist Catherine Colinvaux brings passion for strategy and public health to Board of Trustees.
Faculty Viewpoint by Jenny D'Olympia: Think of a veteran. Whom do you see? Maybe you think of a relative, or a friend, or someone you have seen in a movie or on the news. It’s not likely that the first image that comes to mind is of a woman.