Katherine Powers, PhD, Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies
Katie works closely with the Director of Undergraduate Studies on decisions regarding the undergraduate program and curriculum and supports the Director of Undergraduate Studies at meetings outside the department. Katie implements and evaluates the Psychology undergraduate program and assists in integrating local and college-wide initiatives and changes. She is also responsible for faculty orientation and can provide information about department policies and procedures to new and adjunct faculty. Katie can provide advising to all undergraduate students, but has primary responsibility for advising about study abroad, the MBB track in Psychology, the secondary field, and interdisciplinary work that includes psychology coursework or research (including via applied math, history of science, one of the other Life Science concentrations or as a special concentration). Katie is available by appointment.
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Andrea Lynch, Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Andrea works closely with the Director of Undergraduate Studies on all matters concerning the concentration advising program. She is a resource for information on the university curricular structure, the Psychology concentration, and secondary fields. She can provide advice about requirements, tracks, research opportunities, and progress toward graduation. In addition, she works with the faculty to implement the faculty dinner program. Andrea is available during drop-in advising hours and by appointment.
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Danielle Truxaw, PhD, Research Advisor
Danielle works closely with the Director of Undergraduate Studies on all matters related to research opportunities for psychology concentrators. Danielle is available to meet with students about getting involved in a lab, identifying a research area of interest, and advising thesis students through the entire process. Students can also meet with Danielle if they are considering writing a thesis but would like more information and guidance on how to determine to write a thesis as well as how to get started. Danielle’s office is located in William James Hall 960. She is generally available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, but it is best to email her for an appointment.
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Jay Fondin, Staff Assistant
Jay supports the general operations of the Department‘s undergraduate program, providing students, staff, faculty, and the public with information about the concentration. He can make specific departmental referrals, and he helps maintain the Psychology Undergraduate Website, collects student petitions and applications, and coordinates Tutorial grade collection and reporting. Jay can be found in the Undergraduate Office from Monday to Thursday.
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