Applying to Graduate School Resources
Before you Apply to Graduate School:
- Is Graduate School for me?, Provided by the Psychology Graduate Student Diversity Committee at UT Austin
- Calhoun, C. D. Before You Apply to Graduate Programs in Psychology: Knowing When You’re Ready and Gaining Post-Baccalaureate Experiences.
- Bardone-Cone, A., Penn, D., Donte, B., & Solis, J. (2014). Getting Good Research Experience.
- Husson, A., Dichter, G., & Buck, B. (2014). Preparing a Curriculum Vitae.
- Curriculum Vitae Template, provided by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Jones, D., Baucom, D., Anton, M., & Gonzalez, M. (2014). Personal Statement Workshop: Guidelines, Tips, & Suggestions.
The Graduate School Application Process:
- Prinstein, M., Cohen, M., Choukas-Bradley, S. (2014). The Grad School Application Process.
- Choukas-Bradley, S. A Student’s Perspective on Applying to Graduate School in (Clinical) Psychology: A Step-by-Step Guide.
- Prinstein, M. (2012). Mitch’s Uncensored Advice for Applying to Graduate School in Clinical Psychology
- Examples of Graduate School Interview Questions, provided by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Psychology Graduate Student Panel 2014
Are you pursuing a career in psychology? Considering graduate school? The Psychology Diversity Committee holds a Graduate Student Panel during the spring semester to discuss: Is graduate school in psychology for me?
For our 1st Graduate Student Panel 2014 we had a number of graduate students from the following areas in the psychology department answer questions and talk about their experiences: Clinical, Developmental, Evolutionary, Social & Personality, and Cognitive Neuroscience.
We discuss things to consider when deciding on whether grad school is your next step, how to become a competitive applicant & get research experience, steps involved in applying and deciding on schools, and more. Join us next spring!